The mission of Erin's List is to empower and engage process servers with a free, integrated toolset focused on their personal safety while further providing awareness to the dangers of our profession.
The purpose of Erin's List is to provide process servers with relevant information about the addresses of their assignments. Knowledge of any dangerous incidents reported allows process servers to be prepared and make better choices about their safety. Attempt times, alerting authorities of your assignment, which neighbors to avoid or possibly even accepting the assignment could be influenced with the information learned from Erin's List. Erin's List provides a way for users to make record of addresses where dangerous activities or threatening statements were encountered while attempting to serve civil process. Accessing Erin's List as part of any preparation routine for assignments will reveal potentially lifesaving information.
June 15, 2016 was Erin McCleskey’s last day. Erin was attempting to serve process at an address in Austin, she’d been there before and had she not been viciously attacked by dogs she likely would have been going back. Learn more about Erin
Knowing of an address where a threatening event was recorded either as the location named in your assignment or near your assignment is the best defense to ensure your safety. Learn more
Erin's List is designed to provide better tracking of threatening or dangerous encounters by Process Servers.
Erin's List is only as powerful as its user base supports it to be.
The development and marketing of the service has been donated entirely and the goal is to continue supporting the service and offering upgrades at no cost to you.
Search and report incidents electronically through our Web Service API.
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