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.
The NVLS Mobile companion software is distributed in connection with Law Enforcement Agencies & Officers (LEAs / LEOs) who have a pre-existing account with National Vehicle Location Service (NVLS). Registration is available to all US based Law Enforcement Officers with a valid ORI code - NVLS registration and use of the NVLS Mobile Companion software by non-law enforcement personnel is strictly prohibited. NVLS registration is free for US based LEOs who may register by visiting http://nvls-lpr.com/nvls.
The NVLS Mobile Companion software represents the next step toward national policing in the United States. All LPR data acquired by the NVLS Mobile Companion may be shared with 10's of thousands of already registered and active Law Enforcement NVLS users. The NVLS network of LPR based information sharing has proven to be impactful for thousands of LEAs and LEOs across the country. To date the NVLS program has concluded hundreds of publicly administered success stories whereby the NVLS data service has proven to aid LEAs/LEOs in numerous criminal cases.
This product is an LEA/LEO MUST HAVE FORCE MULTIPLIER - offered to the US based Law Enforcement community (FOR FREE) by NVLS (Powered by Vigilant Solutions).
• Scan License Plates and compile LPR vehicle location data records
• Receive email notification for record purposes
• NVLS vehicle location look ups direct from your Android phone
• Save NVLS or field acquired LPR records
• Receive Hit Alerts against national NVLS Hot-List records
For any support with the NVLS Mobile Companion software, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watchnotes will automatically timestamp each entry. A blank entry could record the time alone.
The database memory will be deleted with the clear button.
Remember to make notes in a safe place where you and your device will stay safe.
The Hero911 Network™ is a voluntary, nonprofit foundation of federal, state and local law enforcement officers. The Hero911 Network™ forms a Social Protection Network™ dedicated to reducing law enforcement response time to active school shooting incidents.
When installed, the app will alert officers of an active school shooting emergency. The alerts are sent to all on duty and off duty officers who are in close proximity to the incident.
The app alerts the officers, displays a mapped location of the school, reports how many uniformed and plain clothes officers have acknowledged the alert AND provides a timer from the onset of the initial alert.
The app is part of a system that simultaneously calls the appropriate 911 call center.
ALL federal, state and local law enforcement officers, including certified retirees, are encouraged to download the app and join the Hero911 Network™ today!
You must certify that you are a law enforcement officer during the signup process. Your signup will be fully vetted before your app will be activated.
Impersonating a law enforcement officer is punishable to the extent of a felony violation.