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Police: Vitals Meeting

Plymouth police officer holding smartphone displaying the Vitals appPlymouth police officers are using a new smartphone app to help improve interactions between law enforcement and people living with visible and invisible conditions, such as a mental illness or disability – and residents are invited to a community meeting to learn more.

Two identical community meetings will be held to highlight the Vitals app and help answer questions from the public. Meetings are set for:

  • Thursday, Jan. 10 – 4 p.m. at the Plymouth Library, 15700 36th Ave. N.
  • Thursday, Jan. 31 – 7 p.m. at the Plymouth Creek Center, 14800 34th Ave. N.

Registration is encouraged. To register, visit

About the Vitals App
The Vitals app provides police officers and first responders with real-time, critical information about vulnerable individuals, including a photo, diagnoses, personalized de-escalation techniques, medications, behavior triggers, caregiver contact information and more.

A voluntary, opt-in program, individuals or caregivers register for Vitals online and supply relevant information. There is no cost to create a Vitals profile.

Vitals developed the app-based service in partnership with the Autism Society of Minnesota and partners with PACER Center and The Arc Minnesota to raise awareness and promote use of the app.

To create a Vitals profile or for more information, visit

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