Masked Man Strikes Milford Home 3 Times in a Week

Three strikes and you’re out, right? The Gerber family from Milford, Conn., certainly hopes that’s the case. In the span of just a week, a masked burglar wearing a New York Yankees cap has tried to break into the Gerber family home three times. And each time, a Ring... read more

Ring Helps Families Watch Over Loved Ones

We invented Ring to help reduce crime in neighborhoods, but it’s the heartwarming family stories that are some of our proudest moments. While many people use Ring devices to monitor activity on their property, many others use them to watch over their family, to greet... read more

Ring Officially Launches in the UK

We are excited to officially bring our mission to the United Kingdom! With help from Crimestoppers, the largest crime-fighting charity in the UK, and support from Ring investor and advocate Sir Richard Branson, Ring now makes it easier for UK residents to monitor and... read more

Stringify joins Ring+

Today, Ring+ is welcoming Stringify to elevate your smart home automation. Stringify works with hundreds of smart devices and digital services including Hue, FitBit, Facebook, and Twitter. This integration will allow you to custom build and automate a set of actions,... read more

Security, Monitoring & Convenience

Did you know that the United States leads the world in home burglaries? About four burglaries occur every minute; that’s one every 15 seconds.* Some of our favorite Ring moments are personal stories of how our products played a role in thwarting crime or stopping a... read more

Bringing Apple HomeKit Support to Ring

Some of you may have recognized a familiar name onstage at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this week. We’re excited to officially announce that HomeKit support is coming to Ring later this year, which means Ring neighbors will have an easy,... read more

How to Form a Neighborhood Watch

Step 1: Research Crime Speak with neighbors about crime concerns and current prevention solutions. Research crimes in your area at Raidsonline.com. Step 2: Contact Police Contact your local police department (USAcops.com) Tell them you want to start a neighborhood... read more
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