Founded to protect
our hometown

SFK offers innovative solutions for municipalities to enforce stop sign violations using cameras.


The camera systems provided by SFK capture high-quality images and videos of vehicles that fail to come to a complete stop at stop signs.


The footage captured by the camera systems is used to issue citations to violators, helping municipalities to reduce traffic accidents and improve road safety.

Stop For Kids was created after the wife and children of one of its founders were struck by a distracted driver in their local community.

Fortunately, everyone involved in the accident survived and recovered. But this is not always the case in the United States. 16% of child deaths from vehicular traffic in 2019 were pedestrians hit by cars or trucks.

Company created to protect our hometown

Stop for Kids was started in 2018 and launched in 2022 when it was piloted in the Village of Saddle Rock in New York.

This solution exists to protect pedestrians

Camera lenses are focused on cars only, and you may dispute any violations you might have received in error.

The technology behind Stop for Kids is simple

Cameras mounted near the STOP signs in your local municipality automatically record violations based on Machine Learning (ML) technology.

Service provider for municipalities

From its inception, the plan has been to redirect a portion of any profits earned by the service directly to families affected by pedestrian accidents.

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Stop for Kids takes privacy and ethical concerns very seriously

Our main goal is to ensure all drivers are treated fairly and equitably.

The nature of utilizing a camera and Machine Learning engine ensures that violations are issued regardless of the driver’s gender, race, age, sexual identity or expression, disability status, car value, or any legally protected status of the driver.

We are committed to working closely with municipalities worldwide, adjusting our software as needed to ensure compliance with their requested local laws.

The Municipal Court maintains the jurisdiction to dismiss violations at its discretion.