Newark Police Partners with Ring to Distribute 500 Doorbells to North, South Ward Residents

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Newark Police Division Partners with Ring to distribute and install more than 500 Ring Doorbells to residents in Newark’s North and South Ward.

Ring and the Newark Department of Public Safety are partnering to make Newark Neighborhoods safer.

Those who wish to participate in reducing crime in their neighborhood can submit one entry per household to be eligible for a Video Doorbell donated by Ring.

The participants will be selected via a random lottery. The selected entries will be contacted directly by a Ring representative.

Enter into the lottery now through Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 11:59 PM EST.

Please click HERE to submit your entry. Residents must enter into the lottery in order to be considered.

Ring is on a mission to create safer neighborhoods in New Jersey and beyond. Ring’s home security product line enables residents to keep their homes and neighborhoods safer in an affordable, proactive, and easy way.

By participating in this program, Weequahic and Forest Hill residents can use Ring security devices to keep their home safe, and also be a part of Ring Neighborhoods, a digital neighborhood watch that provides real-time crime and safety alerts.

Ring and the Newark Department and Public Safety hope to reduce crime within the respective communities and strengthen community relations.

By using Ring devices and participating in Ring Neighborhoods, Newark residents can proactively monitor their home and benefit from the peace of mind in knowing who’s on their property at all times.

More information on Ring Neighborhoods

In the free Ring APP (iOS and Android), neighbors can share crime and safety content and comments, and also receive emergency messages, keeping all community crime-and-safety-related content in one place.

Ring Neighborhoods is available to everyone, and you do not need to own a Ring device in order to participate in your Ring Neighborhood.

For more information, please contact the Ring Neighborhoods Team at