Trust.
Verified.

The new way to screen for greater peace of mind.

Babysitting.
Dog Walking.
Housekeeping.

Share your SafetyPIN on any profile to let people know they can trust you in their home, with their pets, and with their kids.

Home Sharing.
Auto Sharing.
Any Sharing.

Before you meet them to hand over the keys, ask for a SafetyPIN. It’s the best way to know they care about your trust and will respect your arrangement.

Dating.
Meetups.

We all know about catfishing. But someone lying about their identity is just the tip of dating iceberg. Share – and ask – for a SafetyPIN before being alone with anyone new.

And the list goes on. One SafetyPIN membership can be used for everything…

Youth Coaches

Personal Assistants

Home Health Aides

Volunteers

Also endorsed By:

  • Retired NYPD detectives
  • Federal investigator for Homeland Security, Dept of Justice, and Dept of Defense
  • Clinical and Forensic Psychologists
  • Forensic Specialist from Federal Prison System
  • Moms

I’ve been trusted to protect the most important families in the world. Now I want to help protect yours. By reviewing criminal and financial history plus a person’s behavior and character traits, SafetyPIN has created a new standard in personal safety. That’s why asking for a SafetyPIN is critical when inviting anyone into your home or around your family.

John Gill

Former Chief Security Officer of the White House, and retired Secret Service official

I’ve been trusted to protect the most important families in the world. Now I want to help protect yours. By reviewing criminal and financial history plus a person’s behavior and character traits, SafetyPIN has created a new standard in personal safety. That’s why asking for a SafetyPIN is critical when inviting anyone into your home or around your family.

John Gill

Former Chief Security Officer of the White House, and retired Secret Service official

Endorsed By:

  • Former Secret Service, Former White House Security Chief
  • Retired NYPD detectives
  • Federal investigator for Homeland Security, Dept of Justice, and Dept of Defense
  • Clinical and Forensic Psychologists

Only SafetyPIN built a background check designed specifically for today’s online economy.

We connect and interact with complete strangers more than ever. Babysitters, dog walkers, handymen, dates, renters, roommates, and the list goes on.

Only SafetyPIN shows at a glance that someone can choose you because they can trust you.

Looking or asking for a SafetyPIN gives you added peace of mind anytime you’re inviting someone into your home or around your family.

Only SafetyPIN keeps your private information — and your personal history – private

You want people to know they can trust you but don’t want to give them your SSN, driving record, etc. With SafetyPIN all you need to share is your 8-digit PIN.

Learn more about how SafetyPIN works

Why you should get a SafetyPIN.

Not everyone qualifies for a SafetyPIN. So when you do, share it proudly!

A SafetyPIN Universal Trust Badge:

  • is the easiest way to let someone know they can trust you

  • shows you want to give clients peace of mind and earn their trust
  • helps your profile stand out
  • helps you book more jobs faster by adding a SafetyPIN to all your profiles

Why you should look for a SafetyPIN.

Anytime you’re choosing someone to work in your home or be around your family, look for the SafetyPIN Universal Trust Badge

Behind every SafetyPIN is a:

  • comprehensive criminal background check
  • financial history screening
  • ID verification
  • unique behavioral review

When inviting someone into your home, SafetyPIN offers you instant peace of mind.

How it all Started.

The Crazy Sitter Story

How it all Started.

The Crazy Sitter Story

Apply for a SafetyPIN.

A SafetyPIN is the best way to assure someone they can trust you in their home. By displaying a current SafetyPIN when booking jobs, you’re letting people know you care about their safety and peace of mind.

Verify a SafetyPIN.

Looking for a SafetyPIN is critical when taking any online meeting offline. But before you commit, take the extra mile and verify their SafetyPIN. By confirming their membership is in good standing, you’re letting them know trust is critical to you.