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Harris County Shooting Puts iWatch In the News

Teamwork between different law enforcement agencies is one of the key concepts to keep children safe. This was perhaps the most discussed topic at a town hall meeting held by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office last night.By Lilia BonillaThe meeting was held at the North Campus of San Jacinto Community College. Representatives from Houston ISD, Galena Park ISD, Channelview ISD and Sheldon ISD, were special guests for the panel discussion on school safety, as well as Lone Star College North…See More
Feb 17, 2013
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Jun 3, 2012
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Bridgeport police say the iWatch Bridgeport app is the future of policing

Launched in October, Bridgeport police say the iWatch Bridgeport app is the future of policing. "In a city that has 143,000 people and 18 square miles, and 400 cops working 24 hours a day, this is the ultimate cop," said Lt. David Daniels III. So how does it work? "When you want to submit a tip, you open up a menu and it will give you the ability to give a detailed tip and if you want to send pictures you can send pictures and video," explained Lt. Daniels. Once folks hit send, it goes…See More
May 7, 2012
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Duluth Community Safety Initiative Wins National Award

Duluth, MN (September 28, 2011): Innovative community safety efforts that have reduced crime, eliminated blight and renewed economic vitality in Duluth neighborhoods are being recognized on Wednesday with a national MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership Award. The Duluth Police Department and two local organizations were selected for first-place recognition from among 700 applicants for one of 10 MetLife Foundation honors. Duluth LISC, Neighborhood Housing Services and West Duluth…See More
May 3, 2012
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Dallas City Council members praise iWatchDallas.net initiative that seeks crime tips via web, text, phone apps

"Not many people in the 20-something, 30-something age group participate in crime watch in Dallas," Police Chief David Brown said. "I think those age groups are concerned about crime in Dallas, but they don't see the functionality of sitting in a meeting to communicate. I think the way they communicate all the time is through text, e-mail, that type of medium." Brown, a 27-year veteran of the department, has pushed for such a program since before he became chief in the spring. He said…See More
Apr 30, 2012
Corey McCarren commented on Daniel Elliott's blog post 'Philly Borough Extends the iWatch Program to Western Suburbs'
"I like that with this type of technology you can report crime and help make your area safer while discouraging vigilante activity by promoting calling upon law enforcement to deal with problems."
Apr 30, 2012
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Philly Borough Extends the iWatch Program to Western Suburbs

Colwyn Police Department announces the release of its new iWatch program, the latest software tool created by iThinQware, Inc. that allows citizens and law enforcement to join together in the fight against crime. iWatch puts crime tipping and crime reporting into the palm of your hand, allowing individuals to get crime information and submit crime tips to law enforcement on their cell phones or PDAs. IwatchColwyn.com was established to raise crime and drug awareness and prevention, generate…See More
Apr 28, 2012
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Harris County Launches IwatchHarrisCounty.com

Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia on Friday unveiled a new, smartphone-age tool designed to enhance the ability of citizens to send tips to law enforcement authorities. Flanked by several members of his command and investigative teams during a press conference at the Harris County Jail, Garcia touted "iWatchHarrisCounty," a free downloadable application for Blackberries, iPhones, Droids and other smartphone devices that will allow people to send non-emergency tips -- texts, photos, even…See More
Apr 26, 2012
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Apr 23, 2012
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"Hello Daniel, welcome to GovLoop! Given your interests, I've got a few tips on getting involved here. Seeing as you are interested in Leadership, Technology, and Communications, I think you should check out those…"
Mar 30, 2012

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Harris County Shooting Puts iWatch In the News

Posted on February 17, 2013 at 11:37am 0 Comments

Teamwork between different law enforcement agencies is one of the key concepts to keep children safe. This was perhaps the most discussed topic at a town hall meeting held by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office last night.

By Lilia Bonilla

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The meeting was held at the North Campus of San Jacinto Community College. Representatives from Houston ISD, Galena Park ISD, Channelview ISD and Sheldon ISD, were special guests for the panel discussion on…

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iWatch Philadelphia Lets Neighborhood Watch Groups, Reach for the APP, not the GUN.

Posted on June 3, 2012 at 9:57am 0 Comments



Dallas (Thursday, April 12, 2012)– The RTCC (Real Time Crime Center) of the Philadelphia Police Department today launched iWatchPhiladelphia, a mobile app and “Centralized Investigational Dashboard” (CID) software suite that lets any citizen to report suspected criminal activities, respond to police requests for information, or submit photos or videos anonymously from smartphones directly to the officers investigating a specific…

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iWatch Lynwood App Helps Lynwood Illinois Police enter ‘new age’ for community policing

Posted on June 3, 2012 at 9:55am 0 Comments



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Lynwood Police Chief Michael Mears shows off a new program for crime fighting in which an app for smart phones allows people to report crimes by sending video or audio directly to dispatchers, while he was at the police station in Lynwood IL on…
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School board backs iWatch app for students

Posted on June 3, 2012 at 9:48am 0 Comments

Naugatuck Police to Roll Out New Crime Tip Smartphone App

iWatchNaugatuck, a new application that is expected to be available this year, allows residents to send in anonymous tips, photos and videos of criminal activity right from an iPhone, BlackBerry or Android.

The Naugatuck Police Department is expected to roll out a…

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At 12:00pm on March 30, 2012, Corey McCarren said…

Hello Daniel, welcome to GovLoop!

Given your interests, I've got a few tips on getting involved here. Seeing as you are interested in LeadershipTechnology, and Communications, I think you should check out those subcommunities, as linked. Second, if you have any questions about the site, don't hesitate to ask, or check out our FAQ. Great seeing you here, and I look forward to your continued participation. Have a great day!

 
 
 

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