EDMOND-BASED COMPANY CREATES INNOVATIVE WAY TO HELP SOLVE CRIMES
EDMOND, Okla. – Paul Conrady, owner of Edmond Security, created crimeseen.com as a crime solving social network. The Web site allows users to post and respond to crime activity in their area and assist law enforcement in solving and deterring crime.
Participants receive CrimeSeen notifications when crime is reported in a selected area. The notifications allow users to forward information to friends and family in the area, as well as respond to the report with helpful information.
“I called 911,” she said. “I was told they will not even take a report
on that because it wasn't an in-progress crime, and I wasn't hurt.”
She said she went online at tulsapolice.com and filed a report to support her insurance claim.
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Oklahoma City police Master Sgt. Charlie Phillips credits use of technology and residents' attitudes with helping the metro's Crime Stoppers program win recognition as best in the country. But longtime board members say while those things help, Phillips is just being modest.
Sgt. Charlie Phillips is in the Crime Stoppers office of the Oklahoma City Police Department in Oklahoma City, OK, Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010. Phillips has been instrumental in leading OKC's program to be named the best in the country. By Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman
By Tom Jackman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, September 29, 2010; 9:12 PM
Police chiefs across the country say that they are feeling the effects of the nation's economic downturn directly, with budget cuts forcing them to reduce their ranks and leading to fears that the downturn in crime will soon be reversed.
In Sacramento, beset by California's financial woes, homicides are up 43 percent this year, assaults on police are up 13 percent, and Chief Rick Braziel said he had to eliminate his vice unit.
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Watch this. He got her car, purse and house keys without touching her, and she would not even be able to give a description of the person. Just thankful there wasn't a child in the car. I have to wonder just how many gals, would do exactly the same thing as this
young lady. I hate to say it, but I can see myself doing exactly what she did!!!!! I am glad that I saw this as I think I will turn the car off and take the keys should this happen to me!!!!!