Concealed carry or carrying a concealed weapon (CCW) is the practice of carrying a weapon (such as a handgun) in public either on you or in close proximity. All 50 states have passed laws allowing citizens to carry certain concealed firearms in public, either without a permit or after obtaining a permit from local government and/or law enforcement. The states give different terms for licenses or permits to carry a concealed firearm, such as a Concealed Handgun License/Permit (CHL/CHP), Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW), Concealed (Defensive/Deadly) Weapon Permit/License (CDWL/CWP/CWL), Concealed Carry Permit/License (CCP/CCL), License To Carry (Firearms) (LTC/LTCF), Carry of Concealed Deadly Weapon license (CCDW), Concealed Pistol License (CPL), etc. Thirteen states use a single permit to regulate the practices of both concealed and open carry of a handgun.
Regulations differ widely by state, with most states currently maintaining a "Shall-Issue" policy. As recently as the mid-'90s most states were No-Issue or May-Issue, but over the past 30 years states have consistently migrated to less restrictive alternatives.
Many jurisdictions have established arrangements where they recognize or honor permits or licenses issued by other jurisdictions with comparable standards. This is known as Reciprocity and is based on U.S. Constitution "full faith and credit" provision.
While generally a concealed carry permit allows the permit holder to carry a concealed weapon in public, a state may restrict carry of a firearm including a permitted concealed weapon while in or on certain properties, facilities or types of businesses that are otherwise open to the public. These areas vary by state and you should research these restrictions carefully.
RAIDS Online goes beyond crime mapping by automatically alerting the public about recent crime activity and by improving communication between the public and law enforcement. RAIDS Online empowers the public to make better decisions about crime by putting the same technology used by law enforcement to analyze and interpret crime activity into the hands of the public.
RAIDS Online Mobile allows you to search for crime in your area, sign up for neighborhood watch reports and view crime maps that keep you informed of recent crime activity.
- Map crimes near your address or your current location
- View details about a crime, including crime type, date, time, address, location type, distance from location and geocode accuracy
- Subscribe to daily, weekly or monthly email Neighborhood Watch Reports
- Search and filter based on the crime category and date of the incident
- Maps from ESRI's powerful GIS technologies
- Ability to submit an anonymous tip “See something, say something.”
Don't see crime data in your city? Contact the law enforcement agency in your area to request that they start sharing crime information with you through RAIDS Online. It's absolutely free for your city to participate, so there's no reason for them not to join RAIDS Online.
Set 1: Length, Angle, Slope, Level, Thread - Smart Ruler Pro
Set 2: Distance, Height, Width, Area - Smart Measure Pro
Set 3: Compass, Metal detector, GPS - Smart Compass Pro
Set 4: Sound level meter, Vibrometer - Sound Meter Pro
Set 5: Flashlight, Magnifier, Mirror - Smart Light Pro
Set 6: Unit - Unit Converter
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I hope my apps are useful to your SMART Life. Thank you.
** No internet support : You can open this app without any connection. After installation, open the app 2-3 times with your device connect to WI-FI or a 3G/4G connection.
** This app does not support the devices that have NO magnetic sensor (e.g HTC Desire V, ST21i, Micromax).
** Remove and freeze adBlock app. It causes the licensing failure.
** Google has recommended this app as one of the essential apps of Google Play for Education.
- Create custom events (e.g. New Call, On Scene, Car Accident, Trespassing, etc.)
- Save Time
- Save location
- Add/View/Edit event pictures
- Add/View/Edit event notes
- View single or multiple events on map
- Generate PDF reports of any combination of events
- Share the reports through email and many other methods
*Feel free to contact me with any problems, comments, or suggestions
- Text events to others without smart phones
- Create event buttons with custom fields (e.g. interview cards)
- Email raw logs (pictures as attachments)
Android phones provide a single way to make an emergency call such as 911. Launch the phone application and either enter the number to call, choose from contacts, or long press a speed dial entry. This can be a time consuming and error prone process during the critical time immediately following an accident.
This application provides a single or double tap method to dial an emergency number such as 911. Simply tap the distinctive launcher icon and the phone application is immediately launched with the number listed in the phone’s Contacts under Emergency, EMERGENCY, or emergency. If none of the three contacts exist, 911 is the default. The 911 number requires a second touch of the green phone button to make the call. Any other number for emergency will be called without the second touch. During a time of extreme stress, this app could save valuable seconds contacting emergency services.
This application does not contain advertisements.
Incident Alert allows you to view live/real time Emergency Calls as well as be notified if a friend , family member, loved one or significant other is dispatched to a call.
Simply enter their station number into the application and when they are dispatched get notified on your phone. Set the search interval within the application to every 15, 30, 60 minutes or manually refresh.
Only major emergencies will be show i.e.- House Fires, 962, Natural Gas leaks, Gun Shot Wounds and more.
This app shows incidents that are dispatched by Phoenix Alarm, it will only show units from Mesa Alarm if Phoenix Alarm dispatches those into a Phoenix Dispatch City or is Phoenix Alarm dispatches a unit into Mesa Gilbert, Queen Creek or Apache Junction.
Cities dispatched by Phoenix Alarm include:
• Black Canyon City
• Buckeye Valley
• Daisy Mountain
• El Mirage
• Sun City
• Sun City West
• Sun Lakes
This application will not show a complete list of calls due to HIPPA and patient privacy. All calls addresses are shown to the closest hundred blocks. This app is not to be used for emergency situations.
- Instala la aplicación en tu dispositivo
- Lee con cuidado y acepta los Términos y Condiciones de Uso
- Ingresa tu información
- Usa responsablemente tu aplicación
Recuerda que la atención de emergencias es un derecho ciudadano, por tanto el uso de esta herramienta debe ser realizado de manera responsable.
El reporte de emergencias reales puede salvar vidas, tu vida es la razón de nuestra acción.
Políticas de Uso
El Servicio Integrado de Seguridad ECU 911 se reserva los derechos de esta aplicación e impondrá las sanciones que estime pertinentes en caso de mal uso.
Mal uso contempla reportes de emergencias que impliquen el desplazamiento innecesario de recursos.
- Mal uso inicial, bloqueo del aplicativo por 30 días.
- Reincidencia inicial de mal uso, bloqueo del aplicativo por 6 meses.
- Segunda reincidencia de mal uso, bloqueo definitivo del aplicativo.
Toda información que se solicita e ingresa a esta aplicación será utilizada exclusivamente con el propósito para el cual fue requerido. La información ingresada debe ser verídica, a fin de brindar una asistencia oportuna.
Cómo reportar una Emergencia
Paso 1.- Escoge la Institución para atender tu emergencia.
Paso 2.- Escoge el incidente que describa tu emergencia.
Paso 3.- Confirma el envío de tu emergencia.
For each incident, you can:
1) Record all the police officers involved and the weapons they used,
2) Record the people involved and whether they were arrested or cited,
3) Take pictures related to the incident, and
4) Email an incident report which contains the above information as well as notes.
It also contains context sensitive help and the ability to include a twitter feed on the front screen.
It maintains a database of
1) All the incidents you’ve recorded so you can edit them at a later time.
2) Each person you’ve recorded to make it easier to add them to another incident, and
3) All the police you’ve recorded to make it easier to add them to another incident.