How many criminals and sex offenders work in your community?

Prevent registered sex offenders, thieves and violent felons from accessing and working on your property by requiring unique vendor ID cards. The Safe Communities Vendor ID program ensures the protection of your residents, guests and staff. This program is free to the community.

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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 headshots and photos of government-issued IDs in their applications.

Access Control Integration

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

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 in the knowledge that:

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 drivers

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 or builders or HOA boards. Vendors support the cost of the ID program.

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

Fast, Easy Applications

Applying is easy via smartphone or computer. Upload photos of supporting documents and receive results in 3-5 days.

$35 / Year Vendor Fee

A flat, reasonable $35/year fee provides background checks and individual, personalized vendor ID cards.

Easy Implementation

At the entrance, security staff scan vendor ID cards. Process time is minimal; vendor and entry are digitally registered.

Vendor ID Statistics

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Aggravated Felony Battery
Registered Sex Offender
Ongoing Criminal Mindset
Aggravated Felony Assault
Registered Sex Predator

Recent Reports

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Caretaker arrested for Bradenton woman's homicide

Detectives say a Bradenton woman was killed Friday by a man who acted as her caretaker.

Originally posted via: WFLA

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'He lives a life of sexual fantasy,' lawyer says. But this one ended in a sex sting.

The trial began March 20 for the first of 20 men arrested in an undercover internet sex sting done by the Washington State Patrol in Bellingham last year. The man's defense attorney said it was all 'fantasy' and he was 'role-playing' while online.

Originally posted via: bellinghamherald

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Caregiver accused of stealing thousands from elderly woman

22-year-old Kristina Smith of West Liberty, was arrested and charged with second degree theft and dependent adult abuse/neglect.

Originally posted via: OURQUADCITIES

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Litchfield contractor hired to repair camp arrested for theft

Antonio Giandrea is accused of stealing $55K from

Originally posted via: WMTW

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Ocean Springs caregiver arrested for exploitation of a vulnerable adult

An Ocean Springs woman is facing charges after police say she stole money from the disabled person she was caring for.

Originally posted via: wlox

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New Haven elderly woman scammed of hundreds of thousands of dollars

New Haven Police arrested two women for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from an elderly woman over several years.

Originally posted via: wfsb

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Indictment: Caregiver recorded secret nude videos of autistic Lakeville teen

A University of Minnesota I.T. specialist is accused of recording nude videos of a 17-year-old autistic boy while working as the teen’s personal care attendant. Christopher Pfoff, 28, was indicted …

Originally posted via: Twin Cities

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State Police arrest 'contractor' accused of defrauding customer of $2,000

UPDATE 4/12/18: State Police have arrested Raymond Shlotzhauer, one day after he was profiled on On The Lookout.

Originally posted via: LOCALSYR

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Ansonia home health aide arrested for allegedly stealing rings from woman under her care

An Ansonia woman was arrested after police say she stole several rings from a woman who was under her care.

Originally posted via: WTNH

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Ho-Ho-Kus Landscaper Charged With Sex With Minor In NYC

HO-HO-KUS, N.J. -- A landscaper from Ho-Ho-Kus had sex with a minor in New York City, said Bergen County authorities who were holding him for city authorities following his arrest Wednesday.Jason Keizer, 32, “ used the Internet to view a...

Originally posted via: Northern Highlands Daily Voice

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Jersey Shore contractor accused of taking $250K from 12 homeowners arrested

Peter Rinaldi was on the lam for more than a week before being found in Galloway, authorities said

Originally posted via: NJ.com

Ready to Get Started?

Protect your residents from unscreened, dangerous people accessing the community as vendors and service providers. Implement the Safe Communities Vendor ID program and guarantee only approved, background-checked vendors working on the property.