ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Callyo, a mobile law enforcement SaaS company, today announced that in order to expand operations to meet client demands it has moved to larger offices located at in St. Petersburg, FL.  Callyo now occupies roughly 5,500 square feet affording ample room to accommodate the company’s expanding activities and hiring plans for 2018 and beyond. 

2017 was a year of expansion for Callyo with the launch of 10-21 Video app and company recognition on the GovTech 100 list as one of the Top 100 companies focused on and making a difference for state and local government.

“We look forward to accelerating Callyo’s growth in our new offices in downtown St. Pete,” said Chris Bennett, Founder of Callyo.  “As we grow the Callyo team, we believe that our new space in St. Petersburg’s Central Arts District is perfectly situated in a vibrant community that celebrates creativity and innovation. It is an optimal environment for our employees to pursue our mission to advance mobile technology for law enforcement investigators to create a safer world for children.”

As part of the office expansion, Callyo has launched an official partnership with the International Association of Human Trafficking Investigators (IAHTI).  IAHTI will relocate its world headquarters to co-locate with Callyo in their St. Petersburg office.  In addition, the new office includes a state of the art training room to host IAHTI and Callyo in-person trainings.

About Callyo  

At Callyo, we build innovative, simple, meaningful tools within reach of all in law enforcement to combat crimes such as human trafficking and child exploitation. Callyo has changed the way investigations are done, and believes that you shouldn’t need special equipment to do something special.

Callyo has been called “arguably the most innovative new policing technology in the past 20 years” while maintaining record satisfaction and renewal rates across 100,000+ officers and 9,000+ agencies. We have saved countless man-hours and taxpayer expense, increased prosecution rates, and improved the well-being of investigators with solutions that respect the privacy of our fellow citizens. Callyo website:  


The International Association of Human Trafficking Investigators (IAHTI) is a 501 (C)(3) not-for profit organization that is the international leader in human trafficking education. IAHTI works closely with law enforcement and prosecutors throughout the world to provide the most up-to-date human trafficking training, investigative techniques and technology. Our training is conducted by experts who have human trafficking investigation experience. IAHTI website: 


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