Nixle is a Community Information Service built exclusively for secure and reliable communications. The Nixle service is built on the most authenticated, secure, reliable, and high-speed platform, ensuring communications are trusted and
Please call 1-877-649-5362 from 9am-5pm EDT to speak with a representative for customized pricing or for additional information.
NO. The government communication platform WILL NOT be commingled with any advertising or other content. "Nixle Connect” will always be a separate and secure service with no advertising attached.
Yes. Nixle is a partner with Nlets, the International Public Safety and Justice Network. Nlets is the international, computer-based message switching system that links together local, state, and federal law enforcement and justice agencies for the
purpose of exchanging information. Nixle’s servers are housed within the Nlets secure facility. All local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies can send out instant, geographically-targeted information from their existing secure law
enforcement terminals. Other city and municipal users send information in a similar, yet equally secure and authenticated way.
Until now, there has never been an authenticated and secure service that connects municipal agencies and community organizations to their residents in real-time, with the same ease and in the same way that current services such as Facebook, MySpace,
and Twitter provide users with an unauthenticated platform for connections. Nixle solves this problem by providing ONE standardized service for consumers to receive immediate and credible neighborhood-level public safety and community information, via
SMS, email, or web.
Local law enforcement agencies; city and municipal governments, their agencies and representatives; school districts; public, private, and parochial schools; county agencies who provide services to cities, municipalities, unincorporated or undesignated
areas; state police patrol divisions who provide public safety services to cities, municipalities, unincorporated or undesignated areas; sheriff departments who provide public safety services to cities, municipalities, unincorporated or undesignated
areas; state, federal, and national agencies and NGO’s.
Nixle currently delivers information to consumers over their cell phones (SMS text messaging), emails (computers and smart phone devices), and simple web access at www.nixle.com
Any eligible information provider may directly apply for secure registration online by clicking here.
We do plan to expand our service internationally. For more information about international operations, please email Nixle, LLC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Log in and click “My Account” in the Control Panel. This will allow you to edit your contact information and account password. Agency information can be edited by sending email to the Secure Desk Support Center at email@example.com.
Neighborhood-level to community-level: public safety alerts; up-to-the-minute need-to-know information; advisories, reminders, and last minute cancellations; municipal and community news, happenings, events, and any other relevant information an AIP
wants to send out through the service.
The SMS text will be sent to an end user's mobile device. It will also appear as as message summary in the email version of the message. The Full Message Text is sent to a user’s email and is instantly available to any user online at www.nixle.com.
Click on “Sent Messages” in the Control Panel and locate the desired notification. Click “Edit” to make changes to the message and click “Deactivate” to remove the message from the system.
The Alert message type is intended for “urgent must know” notifications. It is similar to what many would refer to as an emergency alert. Only law enforcement, elected or appointed officials can authorize the public release of an urgent
message. The Advisory message type is intended both for time-sensitive and non-time-sensitive important neighborhood to community level information. The Advisory type message may also include advisories for public safety, health, weather, traffic, and
similar kinds of information. The Community message type is intended for all municipal and community non-time-sensitive
messages, news and information.
The best way to determine if your message was sent out is to sign up to receive the updates. Sign up now at www.nixle.com and go to the “Sign up Now!” button. Nixle uses a trusted third party platform to deliver SMS (text) messages. It is the fastest system in the entire country with a delivery completion rate of 99.99%.
To contact the Nixle Secure Desk for support, call 1-877-NIXLE-SD or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Secure Desk is available to AIP’s 24/7. The Secure Desk can assist you with all registration, identity certification, AIP technical support, AIP non-technical support, general inquiries and questions, and informational requests from interested agencies and organizations. To reach the Secure Desk please call 1-877-NIXLE-SD.