WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. (KMOV.com) – The Watchdog Creative Team has renamed the flagship product to Pyngby and along with the rename comes a new Android and iPhone app with enhanced usability.
August 10, 2016
We are pleased that Mr. Brian Rohlfing, creator of the app to record domestic violence and bullying abuse, has agreed to be on our show. His story as to how he developed an app to record domestic violence abuse is a fascinating one.
January 19, 2016
They also welcome a special guest who is using his creativity to help in the building of a world without violence. If the news of violence all over the world discourages, depresses, saddens, angers or scares you, treat yourself to this VERY nourishing helping of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. Read more or listen to the podcast
November 23, 2015
Greg Hewitt spoke with Brian Rohlfing and Derek Haake of the group, “Stop Harassing Me Now” about their new anti-bullying app and other initiatives.
November 4, 2015
Every year, almost five million women are victims of domestic abuse. But when they go to court for help, it often becomes a case of he said/she said. Now, however, thanks to a group of St. Louis inventors, there is a new smart phone app that can prove exactly what they both said.
October 6. 2015
Want to stop an unwanted caller from bullying or harassing you or one of your children? There’s an app for that. Development of the app began six months ago, but the idea is 30 years old, going back to when Rohlfing’s answering machine picked up the sound of a man beating his wife.
October 6, 2015
A new anti-bullying app available on Google Play is the brain child of a handful of St. Louis dads. The Pyngby app, which is also designed to combat domestic violence, records flagged calls and texts and stores them in a secure database in case they are needed as evidence.
October 4, 2015