CrisisGo 4+

The Tech Road, Inc.

    • 3.1 • 101 Ratings
    • Free



CrisisGo helps prepare those individuals that are responsible for others during a crisis. By taking Emergency Response Plans out of an organization’s three-ring binder and putting them onto smart phones, iPads, and desktops, CrisisGo is putting emergency response plans into the palm of the hands of those who need it most.

Use CrisisGo for:

• Sending alert notifications to responders
• Providing crisis checklists, communication messaging, and ongoing crisis text messaging
• Presenting building maps for evacuations and rosters
• Allowing for individual and broadcast video communications that are then recorded to the server

Key Features:

• A login and password from your organization is required
• A web portal is used to update emergency plans to publish content to your iPhones and iPads
• Continuous improvement is achieved by validating an emergency plan using the crisis checklist during drills
• Make your organizations emergency plan actionable

CrisisGo is the most complete mobile crisis response software available.

CrisisGo is now working with school districts across the nation and in Canada to transform their existing emergency response plans into actionable checklists for their staff.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life

Questions? Contact our support team anytime at

What’s New

Version 6.22.0

1. Embeds SmartEOC access button in the Alert window
2. Optimizes Alert location on Map
3. Adds people's location to Roster Event

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
101 Ratings

101 Ratings

SarahOlivia24 ,

Make Changes

This app goes off when the school where I teach has amy kind of drill even if I’m away on a field trip or conference and it goes off at full volume even if your phone is on silent and locked. It’s super embarrassing if you’re in the middle of a meeting or presentation and your phone starts making THEE LOUDEST SOUND EVER. This year many of us are working from home in a hybrid kind of system due to covid. Bc of that I’m not sure if there will be any drills but I’d rather not alarm my entire apartment complex if they do decide to have one. It should only go off when you’re physically on campus. Otherwise, I’m just going to delete the app.

3nails4holes ,

In a real crisis, it could cause more problems

In an actual crisis, I'd really prefer a better app. The user interface and UX are so convoluted and non-intuitive that this app could exacerbate things in a real situation. The audio alerts and various dings for events happen even during a hide-in-place situation. Basically, when you're doing your best to be as silent and alert as possible, your phone can give away your position. What kind of a benefit is that?!? (Hopefully, they’ve fixed this oversight by now.) During a drill, if it takes 15 clicks, taps, and swipes, to do a task, it's annoying, but won't cost lives. In a real scenario, it should be more intuitive and simple. If the programmers and app designers consulted with any real classroom teachers, they need more data points and feedback. Think about it: if there are only a half-dozen drills a year and each time teachers find it a challenge to use the app, then how will things go when the adrenaline is pumping, you and three other students are injured, and there are real-life consequences if you can't find little Timmy? It's barely more effective than holding up red, yellow, and green laminated cards across a quad.

Developer Response ,

Can you please share which features you find difficult to use? Please contact us at and we would be happy to help.

10thman63 ,

It’s what you need

School and work place violence situations are likely the most traumatic situations you will face in your life time. The folks at CrisisGO are friendly, responsive and will bend over backwards to make sure you are happy. This system addresses all your needs from start to finish and their professional teams will work with until you are comfortable, confident and competent. I have done the research and this is the best app on the market.

App Privacy

The developer, The Tech Road, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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