New features including list, and more results (up to 100).
Search by your address or current location(US Only) to see if any sex offenders are registered in the area. View on a map and see their personal info + photos.
Safe Neighborhood is dependent on existing sex offender registries and cannot guarantee accuracy of data. If something is incorrect please contact us and we will attempt to correct a record.
Coming Soon: ability to share offenders other parties, and search by name.
The Read Phone State permission is used for the ad network, and no personal information is sent. This does not allow the app to read call logs or contacts or anything like that. Ads are used for a little compensation for the time it took to write the app. A professional ad-free version is also available.
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* Find your representatives, see how they vote
* See what bills are coming up for a vote next
* Search for bills and votes you should know about
* Stay on top of floor activity, committee hearings
* Be notified of just about everything
Answers to common questions:
* Members of Congress don't have public email addresses.
* The app DOES NOT do anything on boot, unless you enable notifications - in which case, it quickly schedules notification checks, and then stops.
* The app uses your location ONLY to find your local representative. Your location data is encrypted during transmission to our servers, and your latitude and longitude are not stored on the app or on our servers.
* The app requests to write to external storage only to cache map tiles.
* We collect anonymous app usage statistics by default. To opt out: from the main screen, tap the menu on the top right, tap Settings, then uncheck "Allow Analytics".
Finally, this app is proudly open source:
Ad Hawk was produced by the nonpartisan nonprofit Sunlight Foundation. The app helps Americans know who spends money to influence their votes by providing valuable contextual information about the TV and radio ads they see during the 2012 elections.
We ask for permission to access your location because we collect anonymous location information with one-mile accuracy to improve our database of where political ads are airing and to identify slight variations across media markets. This is on by default, and can easily be disabled at any time in the app's settings. Your contributions help improve the database for everyone. Thanks!