• Current weather conditions
• Real-time traffic conditions where you are, by route or region
• Power outages near you and where you can report outages
• Open shelters near you (including which accept pets)
• Counties being evacuated
• How to prepare for and be safe during typical hazards that impact NC
• How to create an emergency plan and kit
• Real-time information from stream and river flood gages near you.
• Who to contact for assistance when disasters strike.
The application does not replace calling 9-1-1 for emergencies. This app should not be used as a substitute for weather radio or other emergency alerts during severe weather.
ReadyNC draws data from many different sources. The ReadyNC application requires network connections and location services to access this information. The state provides no guarantees of cellular network reliability, data availability or validity of information outside our control.
ReadyNC is sponsored by North Carolina Emergency Management, NC Department of Public Safety and NC Citizen Corps. For more information, visit readyNC.org.
The app for Bowman Systems' CommunityPoint ® is the first ever mobile application for the 2-1-1/Information and Referral industry. Use this application to locate Resources on the go without needing a full computer. With this application you can:
+ Search for Resources by name and have the results ordered by relevancy or distance from your current location*.
+ Advanced Search for more search power.
+ Common Searches providing easy access to frequently searched services.
+ View search results in list or map form.
+ Save Resources as favorites for easy viewing later.
+ View the Resource in maps, call the Resource*, view their website, and get directions from your current location*.
+ See general information and primary services offered.
+ Share the Resource using SMS* or Email.
+ Quickly identify from the search results which Resources are handicap accessible and shelters.
(*For supported devices.)
Is a complete list of 377 NC Law & Code on your device at your finger tips WITH OUT Internet connection and any time in your pocket.
☞ Complete offline access -No need of Internet Connection nor any Printed books
☞ Supports Landscape or Portrait mode and navigation at lightning speed
☞ Emailing of any article
☞ Air print - Helps to take print out of any article from your printer
☞ Text Fonts resize
☞ Quick search of any text or content in entire law database. (Does a very good detail search as per industry norms)
☞ Search highlighting
☞ Very efficient, fast and good performance
☞ Suitable for all working / studying / interested in law enforcement or in criminal law
☞ Application is designed to occupy as much as less memory as possible
☞ All in one place about Laws, codes, law, code, state crime traffic vehicle legal rules and state constitution & revised statutes
2012, 2013 Updates
THIS IS AN ADD-ON FOR DROIDLAW. YOU CAN'T OPEN THIS APP. YOU MUST HAVE DROIDLAW INSTALLED.
*Federal Rules of:
- Civil Procedure
- Appellate Procedure
- Criminal Procedure
- Bankruptcy Procedure
*Available free addons:
- U.S. Tax Court Case Opinions (1995 - 2008)
- U.S. Constitution / Articles of Confederation / Declaration of Independence!
- Legal Dictionary
- Various individual titles of CFR
*Available purchase options:
- State Codes / Laws
- United States Code
- United States Supreme Court case opinions
- Code of Federal Regulations
- Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP)
- 2010 & 2011 Federal Register
- Uniform Commercial Code
- RSS Section for legal news/blogs
- Keyword searching
- Limit searching to specific chapters/titles
- Bookmark and include your own notes
- Save offline
- Share content
- Change font size
- Move App to SDCard
**** Additional legal reference material available on the Android Market. All purchased add-ons can be accessed through the center app drawer or by adding a shortcut on the DroidLaw Dashboard by long-pressing the screen.
The legal information contained in this app is primarily the work of UNC School of Government faculty member Jamie Markham, a recognized expert in the law of sentencing and corrections who regularly trains judges, lawyers, and probation officers in the subject. Attorney Christopher Tyner helped create the app.
• Navigation: Users can navigate the app using an intuitive table of contents as well as a search function.
• FAQs: The app includes an extensive list of frequently asked questions, addressing many of the real-world issues that have arisen under the new law.
• Bookmarks: The app keeps track of recently researched topics and allows the user to bookmark frequently used information.
• Offline Viewing: Once the app is downloaded to a device, much of the content is available for offline viewing. The app can be used in remote areas or inside secure facilities where cellular networks or Wi-Fi may not be available.
• Updates: The app will be updated periodically as the law changes. The app was last updated on April 19, 2013.
Best of all, the app is free. It isn’t a “free trial” or a “free version” with minimal functionality that encourages the user to purchase a paid version – it is completely free of charge, thanks to the generous support of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and the United States Department of Justice.
Users should be aware that the app is a quick reference for frequently used information. It is not intended as a substitute for a comprehensive legal reference. Nor is it intended to provide legal advice or to substitute the advice of agency counsel.
Additional Information. The School of Government offers a wide range of other criminal law resources, many of which are also free of charge. For more information about these resources, please visit the School’s home page, the School’s criminal law page, the School’s publications page, and the North Carolina Criminal Law Blog.
This project was supported by Grant No. 2010-RR-BX-K071 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the SMART Office, and the Office for Victims of Crime. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not represent the official position or policies of the United States Department of Justice.
© 2013 School of Government. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This work is copyrighted and subject to “fair use” as permitted by federal copyright law. No portion of this mobile application may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means—including but not limited to copying, distributing, selling, or using commercially—without the express written permission of the publisher. Commercial distribution by third parties is prohibited. Prohibited distribution includes, but is not limited to, posting, e-mailing, faxing, archiving in a public database, installing on intranets or servers, and redistributing via a computer network or in printed form. Unauthorized use or reproduction may result in legal action against the unauthorized user.
- Call emergency services
- Find nearby hospitals
- Capture accident information
- Medical expense log
- Digital proof of insurance
- and more