"This tool allows police to have a presence in a digital environment that is safe and accessible to anyone. We really look forward to see how it enhances our engagement with the community.”
PC Kat Johnson
A great app that will get even better with age.This is a great app for knowing if anything bad is happening in your neighbourhood. It's a bit narrow in scope at the moment, but as more people have signed up I've noticed it get better. People, including police and civilians, provide information of interest about any crimes or things to avoid around you. Good work, Trygve!By moaksey for Version 3.1
CoordinatorVery easy to use, live updates in real time, a great way to share news, updates, issues, ideas and suggestions with likeminded others, police, SNT and residents everywhere. Great stuff! Excellent tool to add in fighting crimes and keeping communities informed and safe.By SNHWA(London) for Version 2.5
SafetyWhat a great community safety tool, makes building and communicating with local neighbours easyBy R0BIN H00D for Version 2.5
5⭐️After just retiring from the Police, this app is as good if not better as it allows recent information to be viewed by all.By 3RGJ for Version 2.5
Excellent App for your communityExcellent app, but as per previous review it needs more exposure. I have a group with 130 users locally and it has been of great use. Only issues are that only the initial poster can delete a post and admin can only report it. More admin tools are required whereby Admin can edit posts or initial subject in their group. Had an instance today whereby someone posted a photo of someone suspicious riding his bike. The guy was totally genuine but had to request initial poster to delete. Could cause someone problems is misused. Also it would be good to be able to search for a road or postcode in the UK rather than just using GPS or moving around the screen. It is a wonderful app and I wish its developer good luck with it.By Completecomms for Version 2.4.2
Did you know that a home burglary can take less then 8 minutes? Even with a home alarm, police may not arrive to your home in time.
“We hope it enhances communication between members, but also encourages younger members of the borough to play more of an active role in Neighbourhood Watch.”
Southwark NHW Secretary, London
Local organisations belong in Safeland
Communities are already full of supportive organisations ready to contribute to a safer society. Now organisations have great ways of reaching out, responding to and interacting with residents in their local area.
"It’s made us a more active community, rather than just expecting the police to be aware of every issue. Now we have a relationship with them.”