I am a Detective specializing in child exploitation and human trafficking cases. [Callyo] has helped me tremendously preserve my evidence with child predator cases in a timely manner. Callyo makes my job much easier."
Within 3 days of our purchase we made our first case. This product has changed the way we conduct our operations and has made our District Attorney very happy. Callyo makes it very easy to prosecute cases and is a must have."
The simple intuitive design and tutorials allow an officer logging on for the first time to be operational within 15 minutes. I love that it is so easy to use."
Callyo in the News
Motorola Solutions Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Application Capabilities with Acquisition of Callyo
CHICAGO – August 31st, 2020 – Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) today announced it has acquired Callyo, a cloud-based mobile applications provider for law enforcement. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Callyo is a software as a service company (SaaS) serving thousands of public safety customers across North America. Its portfolio includes two application suites – 10-21, which simplifies communication between first responders and citizens, and Callyo, which provides investigative tools that improve digital evidence collection.
This acquisition adds to Motorola Solutions’ existing command center software suite critical mobile technology capabilities that enable information to flow seamlessly from the field to the command center.Read more...
Now cops and residents can connect by video
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By Laura Neitzel, PoliceOne BrandFocus Staff
Necessity is the mother of invention, as the saying goes. During a time when face-to-face encounters can turn deadly, people across the world are turning to video apps like FaceTime, Zoom and Google Hangouts to turn social distancing into distant socializing.
Because of the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 crisis, first responders – already stretched thin – are having to prioritize what types of calls for service will result in an officer being dispatched to a home or business.
What if, law enforcement, as it often does, adopts and adapts technologies that are already in the hands of consumers? What if instead of responding in person to non-urgent calls, police could use a video app that would let officers interact with residents at a safe distance while providing a degree of connectedness like a video chat does?
COVID-19: How to interact with citizens while maintaining your distance and privacy
Even in a global emergency like COVID-19, police business must go on.Read more...
Although the CDC encourages social distancing to slow the spread of the disease, traditionally law enforcement officers have conducted much non-emergency police work like investigations and accident reports through in-person encounters. This needs to change.
In response to COVID-19, many agencies are using 10-21 Police Phone to reduce face-to-face encounters with citizens by solving routine police work by phone. For example, a non-emergency call that may traditionally result in dispatching an officer can be addressed over a simple phone call.
Callyo Named to 2020 GovTech 100 List for 3rd Consecutive Year
Callyo, the leading mobile law enforcement software as a service (SaaS) company, is honored to be named to the 2020 GovTech 100 for the 3rd consecutive year.Read more...
The annual list, created by Government Technology News in 2016, compiles the top 100 companies focused on making a difference in state and local government agencies.
“We’re excited to have been listed a GovTech 100 company for the third year in a row,” said Steve Ressler, President. “Our team is passionate about bringing innovative technology to law enforcement and feel honored to work with our 10,000+ law enforcement agency partners every day.”
Callyo’s selection to the GovTech 100 continues its great momentum after a record-setting year of growth at Callyo in 2019. In addition to company growth, Chris Bennett, Founder and Chief Product Officer, was recognized as one of Tampa Bay Business Journal's 40 Under 40. There were more than 600 nominations and a record 300 submissions before the field was trimmed to 40 professionals.