Providing "Peace of Mind" to our Communities.

Make your community a "Safe Community", prevent  thieves, violent felons and registered sex offenders from accessing and working on your property.  Vendors are required to meet a specific background criteria in order to receive a "Safe Communities Vendor ID". This ID card grants access into all locations participating in the program. This helps these organizations to take a pro-active step to reduce the odds of crime occurring on their property.


Total # of Vendors Participating
Total # of ID's Denied
Criminal History Check

Background checks ensure that vendors are safe and trustworthy service providers.

Driver's License Check

Confirmation of vendors’ valid drivers license ensures responsible drivers entering your community.

ID Card Approval Criteria

Vendors submit current headshot photo and a government-issued ID to validate identity.

Access Control Integration

Barcodes and QR codes provide scannable entrance and expedite vendor check-in and registration.

Give Your Residents Peace of Mind

The Safe Communities Vendor ID Program provides peace of mind for residents, guests, staff, property managers, and community boards.

No vendors accessing the community are thieves, burglars, or robbers.

No vendors accessing the community have committed violent crimes.

No vendors accessing the community are unlicensed driver.

No vendors accessing the community are sexual predators.

No Cost to the Community

The Safe Communities Vendor ID Program is completely FREE to the community. There is no charge to residents, builders or HOA boards. Vendors support the cost of the ID program.

The fee for Safe Communities Vendor ID is the responsibility of the individual vendor. The annual fee is $35 per ID, per employee. The ID card grants vendors access into all communities participating in the program. The benefit to vendors is in not having to pay separate access fees for every community. Vendors should never pass on the fee to individual residents.

Fast, Easy Applications

24 hour access, via any smart device or computer. Upload head shot photo and supporting documents, processed within 24-48 hours.

$35 / Annual Vendor Fee

An annual $35 fee provides background checks and individual, personalized vendor ID cards.

Easy Implementation

At entry point, security staff scan vendor IDs,  by utilizing the QR code or barcode. Process time is minimal; vendor and entry are digitally registered.

Vendor ID Statistics

Total # of ID's Issued
Total # of ID's Denied
Aggravated Felony Battery
Registered Sex Offender
Ongoing Criminal Mindset
Aggravated Felony Assault
Registered Sex Predator

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Ready to Get Started?

Protect your residents from unscreened individuals accessing the community as vendors and service providers. Implement the Safe Communities Vendor ID program and guarantee that only approved, background-checked vendors are working on your property. Make your community a "Safe Community".