Crime Mapping App on Your iPhone

Posted by GIS talk On Tuesday, August 23, 2011
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The Omega Group is extremely proud to announce the release of our CrimeMapping.com Mobile application for the iPhone platform. This FREE download represents the culmination of our efforts in bringing the public a high level of data integrity and accuracy through our simple, intuitive service. Creating more self-reliance among community members is a great benefit to intelligence led policing efforts everywhere and has been proven effective in combating crime. Our CrimeMapping.com Mobile application will empower the public through helping to promote transparency and trust between the police and the communities they serve.

CrimeMapping.com Mobile allows users to map out recent crimes near their current location, home address or place of business. Users can also select the specific type of crimes they wish to see as well as subscribe to receive FREE Crime Alerts. Simply go to the iTunes store and type out “CrimeMapping.com” in order to download the application. We are constantly working to add agencies to our service. If your area is not covered we urge you to let your local public information officer know about CrimeMapping.com and CrimeMapping.com Mobile.

If you would like more information about CrimeMapping.com please contact: US toll-free (800) 228-1059, www.theomegagroup.com


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