The Moffatts, Music Sensation, Share “Stand By Me” Song as the Official Anthem for Chaperone: Safety and Security App

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The Moffatts

"With a home security system you have to get to your keypad. Chaperone is at your fingertips.”

MALIBU, CA, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Joining Chaperone’s personal safety and security app by sharing their rendition of iconic song, “Stand By Me” is Canadian pop/rock country band, The Moffatts. Designed to help people stay safe, even when they’re alone, this smart phone app delivers the latest in GPS and monitoring technology that provides a virtual chaperone to anyone with a smart phone.

Originally recorded by legendary performer Ben E. King, and inducted into the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress in 2015, as “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant,” Stand By Me is the perfect companion for this personal safety application that provides live assistance in potentially dangerous situations and has the potential to reduce emergency response time.

“Because crime statistics involving women are so high —every 98 seconds another American is sexually assaulted, one in four female students is assaulted on college campuses and more than seven million women stalked every year— I was motivated to make a difference,” Melissa Shaffer, the product’s inventor announced.

As a crime survivor herself, Shaffer wants to spare other people from suffering years of PTSD like she did. “Stand By Me, is the perfect anthem for this potentially lifesaving app. I want peace of mind before something happens. Even at home, if I think I hear something I can connect with Chaperone and it will stay with me as I walk through the house and make sure it’s safe and secure,” Shaffer continues. “If something does happen, we provide emergency response and we collect audio and video evidence. With a home security system you have to get to your keypad. Chaperone is at your fingertips.”

“Ultimately, the goal is to make lives better,” Shaffer said. “I want to prevent people from feeling scared to be alone.”

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