Break free from security that leaves a property isolated and alone.
Crime Blocker increases the safety level of a property 10 times higher by using a matrix of systems.
Most property owners will jump from a 1 in 262,000 chance of preventing a crime, to over an 8 out of 10 success rate

This is so effective, you will be able to leave the house for the night, the weekend or even 6 months at a time without a concern what might happen while gone.

Being alone at home will never be a reason to worry.

When we claim you can improve the safety of your property 10X better, that is a conservative estimate.  It's actually not that hard to get this big of an improvement, because the most popular solutions leave information so isolated.

At this point, the hardest thing about stopping crime on your property is deciding when to put a system like this in place. 

It may be helpful at this point to first cover where the real problems with home safety take place.
Did you know that in New York City alone, 90,000 packages are stolen on a daily basis? That is a really big number.

389,000 packages are stolen across America every day.

That is about 139 million packages criminals take from people every year.  
The NY Times and 529 Garage both conducted studies that found the crime rate was 20-28 times higher than what was being reported to the police.

529 Garage is an organization that registers bicycles and that operates in almost all major US cities.  

They measured bicycle thefts in the US and found the real number of thefts was not 159,000 but 2 Million.  

The NY Times examined the volume of package thefts from homes.  Their studies show property crimes were not 5 Million but package thefts alone were adding up to 139 Million per year and climbing! 

Safewise and other organizations found the numbers may be close to double that, at 260 Million!

Together, just these two types of crimes from the NY Times study and the 529 Garage study add up to over 141 Million property crimes per year.
This chart below compares their findings in yellow to the official FBI data in orange.

The studies point to the real crime rate being 26 times higher (141 Million+) than the reported crime rate (5.3 Million).
What does the crime rate have to do with home security?
In 2014 Ring cameras were released.
In 2015 Nest cameras came out.
A flood of cheap cameras followed.

For the first time, the public could quickly setup a camera and then get alerts to their mobile phones.

Today, under reporting of property crimes to the police is happening as much as 26 times more often than it is being reported.

We need to ask the question ‘Why are most people just as concerned with property crime today despite the explosion of things like doorbell cameras, low cost cameras, social media and mobile phones?

We need to ask “Why might the not reported volume of crimes be over 20 times higher than the real crime rate?  Shouldn’t the advances in technology make this problem better?

If these things really worked, then crime should be just about stopped by now.   Everyone would know 'Just get a doorbell camera and use social media' to keep your home safe. 

At the end of the day, all of these technologies are another isolated information system that have little to no impact on real crime.
This news coverage of a two year project is a good summary of how well isolated systems work out.

During an NBC News report on Feb 2020 from the town of Winter Park, Florida USA, a department spokesman, Lt. Edwin Santos, stated, "The Winter Park Police Department hasn’t made a single arrest facilitated by footage obtained from Amazon Ring doorbell cameras since they partnered with the company in April 2018."
The problem with all of these technologies is that they remain isolated tools barely ever talking to each other.  The criminals end up being faster and more random than a single tool can handle.
My name is Darren Boyer, the CEO of Lightcatch.

We've seen several cases where communities have put just a few pieces together of the matrix we recommend building and crime rates dropped within 90 days.

As long as that matrix stays healthy, crime continues to drop. 

We have now come to the day where everyone can enjoy a much safer place to live, work and drive by putting these principles to work.

This is the story of Crime Blocker, a service that uses a matrix of vendors systems, to increase your property safety level 10 times higher.

A matrix has a lot of definitions.  Most of those definitions fit, which is really cool because it may make us look smarter than we really are. 

Think of a matrix like a mesh of tools and technology.  It's a network plus more, because all sorts of technologies can contribute.

I had owned an IT company for over 12 years. And during this time, our customers would give us urgent requests to help get footage downloaded after a theft. 

We didn’t supply or support these systems, but we dealt with enough of with these requests that the team began to feel like that there was a need to expand our business in that area.

I didn't like the security business because I couldn't see how we could deliver anything any better than what was already being done, but it got me thinking.  Then one day, an idea struck....
Darren Boyer
Founder of Lightcatch
“Since everyone carries a mobile phone around in their pocket, why don’t we show everyone nearby what is happening and where?

Why don’t we then use the automatic location services in their phones, so that people that are near the location can help.“ 

It was the chain of updates that got me really excited. 

All of a sudden there could be a thousand sets of eyes on an event, everyone knowing exactly where to look and exactly where the newest location was.

We had a lot of policing interested in this project.  The public that saw it working in our tests was very excited. 

It seemed so obvious that once everyone knew how much better this worked no one would ever want to go back to the old systems.

But I was also the father of six children, 50 years old and lived in Canada.  I just didn’t fit the normal profile of someone who was supposed to do things like this.  On top of that, I wasn’t willing to move.  All of those things were like a glass ceiling over my head.

After dozens of conversations it came to the point where we hit a crossroad.  I could either keeping trying to build this on our own or I could look back one day after someone else had stolen the idea, gone on to build it to the success I knew it could be, and then live with the regrets the rest of my life.  The choice was mine....

We put everything we had into moving forward.  A lot of money, and a good dose of anxiety later, the free Lightcatch app was born.

It was both an explosive start and a rocky start.  It was rocky, mostly because we didn’t have the funds to build everything that was needed at once. 

But then some amazing successes started to happen. The downloads never stopped and eventually they grew into the tens of thousands, just by word of mouth.  Hundreds more experienced successful results.
Just as covid lockdowns started, the app users were getting 41% of the stolen items on it recovered. Sometimes it was less than 3 minutes after the stolen item was put on the app, that it had been located. 
Then one day I got a call from Tom, a member of our Advisory Board.  Tom was a 25 year veteran of the Calgary Police Service. 

Tom observed that while the app was performing well, it was falling short of its true potential. The problem was that everyone was using the app in a different way when they reported something.

While some victims had great pictures, others had none.  It was even hard sometimes to know what someone actually wanted help with. 
Tom wanted us to make everyone’s alerts the same, at our own expense.  “Put the information the way the police would want to see it,” he advised. And then he showed us how to do that.  

Over the next few months, just by improving information flow, the success rate of stolen items being recovered jumped from 41% to as much as 80%.
Enforcement services across different regions got really excited and started to recommend the Lightcatch app to the communities that they served.  More and more Rural Crime Watch groups were using it.  Even a few police detachments began recommending that every new member get the app.  

While this all seemed so good, there were still some big problems that kept benefiting the criminals over and over.   I’d never heard of people talk about these issues but they were really big.  

There were issues with poor video.  There was no clear video of the suspect and the crime in 99% of all crimes and activities being reported.
99% of crimes had no clear video of the suspect and the crime.
On top of the poor video, the reporting was so slow.  93% of all incidents were being reported over 1 hour late.
93% of crimes were reported over 1 hour late.
I couldn’t quite put my finger on why these reporting stats looked so bad. It was happening all over, in cities and in rural areas.

None of these people wanted to be crime victims.  None of them wanted to report so late or send such bad information.  Yet they remained stuck.

The bottom line was this.  The first row is what most people live with and the bottom row is what is possible.
Eventually It Hit Me. 
All of these 'solutions' and gadgets and groups add up to one thing.  Everything still remains isolated.  The information flows poorly across them, if it flows at all.
Let me explain....

Most people hear or read about a low cost highly rated camera and feel that is 'good enough'.  If they ask online or talk with a friend they will typically hear  'Just go get a security camera from Amazon or Costco, that's good enough'. 

This all seems fine, until a real crime happens.  Our data showed the failure rate at that point was very high.

Many of these crimes were being committed by desperate addicts, which means that they are not well planned and sophisticated, they are just desperate people who are willing to try anything.  

When desperate addicts and a few repeat offenders can get away with this kind of thing over and over they end up causing a trail of emotional and financial damage to innocent people.

Criminals can get so used to forcing their way through crimes that sometimes when someone gets in their way, the victim ends up getting killed.  

It doesn’t take someone dying to have deep scars though. 

I’ve talked to many people who never expected something to happen to them.  Even when the crime wasn’t that serious, the victims who live through many crimes are often deeply affected for years afterwards.  That is something insurance never pays for.  

I want to show you today how many people are leaving these kinds of worries a thing of the past.
Lightcatch Starts To Show The Key To Safefy...
Before introducing you to the power behind the revolutionary Crime Blocker system, I want to show you a real crime that took place on Dec 4 2021. 
Thieves rear ended and broke this chain link gate down.
Then they rammed the garage bay doors to get into the building. 
Once inside, they stole over $100,000 worth of tools.
On that same night, the criminals hit a second yard as well. 
Inside this building, the security cameras captured the truck as it was loading up the stolen items.
Over 36 hours after the crimes occurred, we saw the first alert on the Lightcatch app.  I called the creator to understand what had happened.
Then I took all the information provided and put it together exactly as Tom had taught us.  

First #3 appeared on the map.

Then #4.

And then #5 They had been seen spray painting the truck inside a car wash.  The car wash had kicked them out and that is why the truck still had a grey tailgate.

Then at #7 one suspect was arrested that night. 

All within 12 hours
Instead of information being isolated, like it was in the first 36 hours, now clear information began to flow and the results began to build until an arrest took place. 
If They Had Used Crime Blocker (How  Crime Blocker Works)
Now, let’s see what would have happened if these victims had used a matrix of systems like Crime Blocker provides.
At 0 minutes: Immediately after the truck rams the gate, a sensor on the gate triggers an alarm connected to the alarm panel. Since the alarm system is armed an audio alarm goes off while this is happening.

Security like this often stops the criminal right there, before any damage is done.
2 minutes: The 24/7 alarm monitoring company contacts the building manager to let him know that an alarm event had occurred, and that he should check their security cameras.
2 minutes 30 seconds: Manager has viewed the security cameras with his mobile phone, and could confirm. “Yes, this black truck doesn’t belong in our yard and the gate has been rammed open”
3 minutes: The manager speaks over the camera audio. “You with the black truck and grey tailgate. Two guys with a red hoodie and blue hoodie, 911 has been called and the police are on the way.”

If they aren’t stoned out of their minds, the siren plus the voice, will normally make them leave.

3 minutes 40 seconds: With his security camera app open, the manager presses the share button in the security camera app. 
5 minutes: Every single Lightcatch app user nearby sees this suspect vehicle. 
5 minutes: Our team, after viewing the video and seeing what took place, will begin adding more information.  The way Tom trained us to do it.
What took 48 hours should take 0 minutes to 20 minutes.
Why A Matrix Is Better
When every property owner nearby sees
video footage of a crime
it is near them
it just happened less than 5 minutes ago
With clarity
the police are involved

The engagement levels jump far beyond what most people have ever experienced.

Update 2 will reach a new group of app users.

The police will get this information via 911 and the officer on the file will get it via text.  Our 24/7 Lightcatch Operations team is there to make sure it is forwarded to them.  

The more people who confirm the suspects movement, the easier it is for the police to respond.
When you give people the tools and the information to make it easy to help, the results are many times better than most people have ever experienced.

911 Emergency Support Is Also Isolated

Today 100% of calls to 911 cannot report a picture or video of what a suspect looks like to the police!

Once again, this entire system is isolated and information flows to it very poorly.
So this means if a man with a gun was in your front lawn threatening you, it is impossible to send a photo of that man over 911

The police will have to respond to your report, based on how you describe the gunman to a 911 operator.

You also need to describe the address, with the hope that the 911 dispatch gets the location right... 
Having terrible data like this to work with makes it very hard for a police force to stop property crime

If you are telling them to look for a white car that just stole something, well it could be any white car, there are lots of white cars.  If they miss the white car, how can you blame them.
As an Operations Team, we call 911 for our Crime Blocker customers.
We make sure that the police team responding can see which white car to look for.

All in a way the 911 system can’t.
For example, in this very case, our team were the ones who spotted that the tailgate was grey, and the truck was black. This information was left out in the report from the business at first, but it was critical to speeding up the police response.
Join The Movement
I'm on a mission with Lightcatch because I know we can eliminate crime from happening on your property. 

Here is how our team can help.
First, after you sign up with us, we’ll analyze your property security. You’ll get a Home Security Risk Analysis Report showing the risks to your property, and what is needed to fix it.

Next, a Design Report is also prepared showing how those risks can be removed.

After you agree to have any gaps filled we do one of two things.

Either we work with your existing security company to price out the upgrades that are needed or we get Requests for Proposals from local security companies in your area. 
We do not sell security systems.  We use security systems to help automate several steps of the Crime Blocker service.
Once a matrix of systems is in place, there is a massive increase in being able to stop most crimes before they ever happen.  
Next, we provide a critical part of the Crime Blocker engine.  This part is has it’s own special name - SiteSafe.

SiteSafe helps you send high quality footage captured from your security cameras to Lightcatch in less than 10 seconds.  Here’s how:

SiteSafe only activates after you send it an email.  So your camera footage is always 100% private and secure to you.
Remember how Tom told us how to improve everything to make it police level quality? This is what our SiteSafe customers enjoy that the free Lightcatch app users don’t have. With SiteSafe, the effectiveness of any footage you ever share is going to multiply after we are done working with it.

With SiteSafe, you will never be fumbling around, wondering what to type of video to send, or how to get that video on Lightcatch. This service will do it automatically for you.  

And that is not all that we will be providing...
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There is 24/7 911 Support
This Service makes it a snap to contact 911.  The 24/7 Operations team prefers to do it for you.
Being able to contact 911 allows us to make direct contact with the police officer dispatched to the location.
We then forward images, videos and locations to the police department on your behalf.  All the information that 911 cannot provide.
24/7 Technical Support
+ 24/7 Community Support
24/7 Community Support ensures that every time someone uses the Lightcatch to help you, the police get that information.  We also ensure that the person helping doesn't miss any critical details.  
We don't take any chances that the police might not get the right information. Our team takes what people add to the Lightcatch app and then gets it to the police as accurately and quickly as possible on your behalf.

With those additional witnesses responding it becomes even easier for the police to respond.
24/7 Technical Support
+ 24/7 Technical Support
This service makes it simple to get Emergency support where someone can help walk you through every step you need to take on how to use your security cameras, SiteSafe or Lightcatch.

You’ll never be alone or forced to remember what steps you need to do.
24/7 Technical Support
Our No Risk Guarantee
If even one crime happens on your property, the next 12 months are free.
✔ If you have even ONE property insurance claim while enrolled in the Crime Blocker service, and you want your money back, we will refund 100% of your purchase price, or give the next 12 months service for free.
24/7 Technical Support
Consider Everything Crime Blocker Will Be Protecting
  • Loved ones safety
  • Home Value
  • Vehicles
  • ​Recreation Vehicles
  • ​Household Items
  • ​Garage Items
  • ​Personal Items
  • ​Peace of Mind
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Summary - Crime Blocker

1 - Risk Analysis | Design Report | Request For Proposals

2 - SiteSafe

3 - 24/7 911 Support

4 - 24/7 Community Support

5 - 24/7 Technical Support

No Risk Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions
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Break free from being isolated and alone.
Increase your property safety level 10 times higher by using a matrix of systems.