Find Us On

Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on LinkedIn Follow Us on Twitter Follow Us on YouTube Follow Us on our RSS Feed

Connect with Your Citizens Anywhere They Want - CityConnect: New Mobile App for Law Enforcement

Pensacola PD Reaches Out to Local Citizens


Photo by divemasterking2000 via Flickr

Just came across this great news story about CrimeReports from Fox 10 in Pensacola, Florida. Near the end a man who runs a community center comments that a map like our could harm people who live in high-crime areas. What are your thoughts?

Continue reading

Roswell, GA, Shares Crime Data with Citizens

The Roswell, GA, Police Department recently partnered with CrimeReports. Check out the video below.

Continue reading

Keyna Crowdsources a Crime Map


Picture by afromusing via Flickr

Hatari.co.ke recently launched in Kenya as a way to crowdsource crime information in the capital, Nairobi.

Hatari.co.ke is is a website that allows anyone in Nairobi, Kenya, to submit reports about crime and corruption in the city. (“Hatari” means “danger” in Swahili.) It will provide the growing city and its inhabitants with a repository of public information about incidents such as carjacking, corruption, police harassment and others.

Continue reading

Massachusetts Crime Mapping

I think the video speaks for itself.

Amherst adopts crime mapping technology

Continue reading

Florida Law Enforcement Agencies Open Crime Data to More Than 4 Million Citizens Statewide


Photo by Jordi Gomara (itaca2000) via Flickr

This week, the Orlando Police Department becomes the 31st law enforcement agency in Florida to share their crime data on the National Crime Map at CrimeReports.com. More than 4 million Floridians now have online access to crime information through the most widely adopted crime-mapping site in North America.

Continue reading