The CrimeSceneTracker was developed with constant support and consulting of detectives for special usage possibilities of police departments. It is set up for being configured for individual usage.
Please take 5 minutes of your time to read the visualized user manual before using CrimeSceneTracker. You will find more information about this issue in the dialogue device when starting the app the first time.
You are at an crime scene or place of accident, but you don’t have the opportunity to save hints or evidences digitally?
Using CrimeSceneTracker and add crime scenes with related hints/evidences und allocate GPS coordinates, photos or descriptions to them.
If you have captured data you can use the following features:
✔ Show crime scenes and evidences/hints within the app on GoogleMaps and get an overview ✔ Generate PDF-files with whole information about the crime scene ✔ CSV-Export ✔ Share crime scenes with colleagues via the integrated export- import function or install a backup
The CrimeSceneTracker can be configured individually so it can be used for:
✔ Places of accidents & order numbers ✔ Customers & gas tanks ✔ Geocaching & locations ✔ And many more
The app is free to use. In the free version you can create 6 crime scenes, to each crime scene 6 tracks and for each track 2 photos. To unlock the full functionality you should use the purchase option within the app (inAppBilling). After purchasing the app, the funcionallity is fully available and there is no advertising displayed anymore.
★ Declaration on the permissions:
The Crime Scene tracker determined coordinates via the GPS module and the mobile Internet / Wi-Fi:
On the SD card, Zip files are stored by the Export function and images from the camera:
All data that you collect in the Crime Scene Tracker are only stored locally on your smartphone/tablet. Never will your data be sent to a third party, not stored on any server, not evaluated or published.
The CrimeSceneTracker is improved constantly. We appreciate your Feedback! Questions, proposals, bugs or critics: please contact