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    Be the personal safety guardian of your loved ones when required.
    Use SafetiPin safety tracker feature and track your loved ones to know they are safe!
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    Moving into a new locality or simply visiting a new place?
    Compare the safety score of a place, vis-a-vis that of the other places!
  • Locate
    Locate nearby places of interest with their safety information and directions.
    Find nearby hospitals, banks, filling stations, hotels, 24 hour pharmacies, and more quickly.
  • Recording and Audits
    Make your city safer – report what you see and feel!
    Record places, harassments, hazards and audits in a fun way!

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  • Safetipin Launch

    SafetiPin Mobile Safety App launchA G K Menon, architect, urban planner and conservation consultant speaking.  

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    Susmit Sen speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.

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    In an interview, Ashish Basu (founder of Safetipin) shared his vision about safetipin and also explained in detail about features of the app.

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    19 September 13 | Before using Safetipin, I had felt unsafe before, but didn't really understand why. Using the app this last month has really helped me understand what makes a place safe or unsafe, and what we can do to fix it.

    On September 16th 2014

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    19 September 13 | When we were introduced to the Safetipin app, I had my doubts about the practicality of the application and whether or not it will be able to improve the safety situation. But when I personally did the safety audits, standing at particular public spots and rating the place on a safety scale, I realized that yes this app will be great in providing safety level information about places, whether or not certain places should be visited during dark, etc. I really hope this application gains the popularity and usage it deserves!

    On September 4th 2014

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    19 September 13 | Safetipin is very easy and fun to use. It provides a lot of useful information for everyone, not just women and children. For example, using it, you can easily find out where the closest auto stands are, or the closest 24-chemist, and even the closest ATM. If you ever need to locate these, you can just use the app and find it. Its great because you feel like youre being helped and also helping each other!

    On April 29th 2014

Read it to find out highlights of the past 3 months - City Vibes our international photography competition on engaging with public spaces.Our users in Indonesia can now download the Safetipin App from Google Play and Apple Store in Bahasa.Safetipin team traveled to UK, Bangladesh, Bhopal, Jaipur to forge new partnerships. And, read the advocacy work undertaken by our partners in Guwahati and Kerela using the safety data collected using Safetipin. and many more. Click here to read the entire Newsletter.

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  Safetipin recently held International Photography Contest City Vibes - Engaging with Public Spaces 2014 and we were thrilled to receive such fabulous entries. The competition sought photographs of people engaging with the city in interesting ways. The contest was held between 12th Nov 2014 and 5th Dec 2014 and we received a total 116 entries and 1856 votes during this period. We are happy to announce the winners of the competition based on number of votes received. In addition, we have also chosen a few photographs to win the 'Critics Choice'. Before we announce the winners, let's give all contestants a big round of virtual applause for participating in the contest and amazing us with their entries. The top three winners basis on number of votes are: 1) Jitendra  NA    (Votes:  162 votes) (Innocent lie and dear Love: Where this guy with an innocent lie and showing his dear love for his bread earner  (rickshaw) in Agra,which is niether goa nor this is an goa express) 2) Himanshu Yadav    (Votes: 114 votes)  (offbeat mural!!!!) 3)Rwitee Mandal      (Votes : 93) (‘Space’ becomes ‘Place’ only when people meaningfully engage with it. A bubble maker on a summer day transforms a city space into a magical place with big bubbles – exciting children, attracting passers-by, stopping just about anyone for a happy photo.)   In the Critics Choice category, the following four entries were chosen. 1) Gautam Gupta (Maharashtrian women selling home cooked lunch to poor labor and factory workers on streets of Mumbai) 2) Stefania Scamardi Fortuna (The Atlantic balcony, Larache. Morocco. A magic promenade which preserves the memories of all residents and immigrants. Usually, groups of women meet, in a sort of collective ritual, exchanging their knowledge and emotions, which make them feel stronger) 3) Rajdeep Biswas                                                                         (Water Acrobat) 4) Rohini Deb                                                                (Market place, New Delhi)  There were a lot of other great entries (you can see all of them here). Here are a few worth mentioning: 1) Priyankee Saikia                                                             (Horns of not so plenty) 2)Lakshmi Thampi                                                                (Open Air Nayee) 3)Hasan Turi                                                  (A woman sitting outside slum in Islamabad) 4) Samia Ahmed                                                               (Dhakha Carnival) 5) Ankit Aggarwal (Chess players immersed in their game at a ghat in Banaras, oblivious of the famous Ganga worship & calls to save their city. This photo titled 'The Chess Players' has uncanny similarity to the central idea of Premchand's short story with the same name.) For those of you who submitted photos but were not able to max votes or get in Critics  Choice category, please accept our warmest appreciation and gratitude for your efforts and sincerity. Every submission had something special, and there were some difficult choices we needed to make. That’s the hard part of holding such a contest. The good news is, there were some well deserving winners who did such a great job.    

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The locate feature facilitates you in case of any emergency. SafetiPin lets you find nearby 24 hour pharmacies, hospitals, banks, filling stations, restaurants, hotels, theaters, and more quickly.

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