Former 49er Ronnie Lott talks 'Wearsafe Tag,' Raiders stadium'

There is a new, high-tech device, that is a first in personal safety. In response to college campus assaults, missing hikers, and people, who work the graveyard shift, the 'Wearsafe Tag' calls for help, at the press of a button.

It is the first to provide location information, to friends, and emergency responders, while recording what's happening, and why you may need help.

It will also record audio if you aren't able to talk about what is happening.

Wearsafe Director of Sales and Marketing Clay Frost and former 49er (and Raider) Ronnie Lott who is a paid chief safety advocate for Wearsafe, stopped by KTVU the 9.

Ronnie Lot also spoke about his hopes of keeping the Raiders in Oakland. "I think we have a great team. I think this community has responded. The business community has a lot of good things are happening for Oakland."

Watch his interview in the video box above. 


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