These are exciting times! The Massachusetts State Police has joined NextDoor – a free private social network for neighborhood communities that allows users to connect with people who live in their own and nearby neighborhoods.
Nextdoor was launched in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, CA. Nextdoor neighborhood social networking became so popular that it caught on across the country, and, as of today, Nextdoor is available in the US, the Netherlands, the UK and Germany.
Nextdoor’s celebrated feature is it’s ability to assist in crime-spotting, but that’s not all it does…
Nextdoor is the best way to stay in the know about what’s going on in your neighborhood—whether it’s finding a last-minute babysitter, learning about an upcoming block party, or hearing about a rash of car break-ins. There are so many ways neighbors can help each other, and Nextdoor provides you with an easier way to connect with them.
Massachusetts State Police Join Nextdoor
The Massachusetts State Police has joined Nextdoor’s government interface to begin communicating with Massachusetts residents about public safety updates pertaining to your neighborhoods and areas nearby. By joining, they now have the ability to interact with the more than 230,000 Massachusetts residents currently using Nextdoor.
How To Join Nextdoor
To Join, go to Nextdoor.com. All users must provide their real name and verify their home address. Verification methods include providing a credit card or confirming a code mailed or phoned to the prospective user.
Nextdoor provides its registered users with a list of neighbors who have also registered, and allows users to see which nearby residents are registered on the site. Nextdoor also allows you to send postcards advertising the site to non-registered neighbors. Nextdoor displays its members’ names and information.
See you Nextdoor!