The App was good Want recognize my user information
Since they won't inform the public... We will! The plan: Find volunteers who work at/frequent soft targets. They will upload safety alerts - and concealed carriers in immediate vicinity will be notified. Example: Joe works at the Mall. Joe has an app where he would press and hold a red button which alerts the public of an active shooter. Joe presses that button, a concealed carrier around the corner sees the warning and then he comes over to kill the active shooter...Then the cops show up 10 minutes later as usual. Let's get smart!
Open it to the public There is no reason in the world why this can't be made accessible to the public for the purpose of receiving alerts of active shooter situations.
Very good. For Active or Retired Sworn Police Officers allowed by LEOSA (HR218) concealed weapon permittee only. Not for the general public. It fails (stops running) whenever I start the Netflix program, and one or two others. Needs a little programming work, but an excellent way to allow off duty and retirees to assist when needed. Without a proper government issued LEOSA ID, you probably will not get approved to use the program.
Very good Although I live in Florida, I received an alert on my phone from this app approximately 15 minutes after the active shooter incident took place in San Bernardino, CA on December 2nd 2015. It's nice to know that I have a chance to help/stop a possible active shooter incident when I'm of duty or in another jurisdiction.
No star! Doesn't work. I've responded to several shootings, fights, stabbings on school grounds or nearby school etc. This app never gave me a notification. Continue to abide by your department's rules & regs. Be careful responding off duty because the police, including your daily coworkers may not recognize your off duty attire. Download your local news using their notification. Also sign up for Spot Crime to your email and you will receive some daily crime incidents near your home. This app will be uninstalled.
Added an SMS text backup feature for active shooter major alert notifications.
CASE guides first-responding law enforcement through crime scene documentation.