A few agencies have asked if they need to upgrade their software or hardware to be able to use the See Something, Send Something app. The answer is: NO! The End User / App User or Citizen uses their smart device to download the app for FREE! The Agency uses a web management site to log in and create broadcasts, share them on social media, get reports on notifications counts, review tips and engage two-way real-time anonymous or self-identified communications with tipsters. Th
The term crowdsourcing, the process of obtaining needed information or contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than using traditional methods found it's place in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary somewhere between 2005 and 2006. The very clear origin, known as a portmanteau, comes from the words 'crowd' and 'sourcing'. A Geofence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area. A geo-fence could be dynamically generate
Our See Something, Send Something App using the following equation: CROWDSOURCING + GEOFENCED NOTIFICATIONS + REALTIME TWO WAY (anonymous or identified) COMMUNICATION - We don't stop there though, our iOS/Android app meets CJIS compliance standards and all of the data is hosted in AWS Government Cloud that meets FEDRAMP requirements. Excerpt from Police Chief's Mazagine story "See Something, Say Something, Send Something: Everyone Is a Cyber Detective ". Full Article Law Enf
In early January 2018, CEO and Founder Kevin Angell submitted an application to the SCITI Labs organization to be considered for a First Responder Grant that encourages an increase in Technology. The See Something, Send Something App has completed the phase review process and has been selected to move on to the interview process scheduled later this week. If chosen, the app could get up to a $150,000 in additional technology upgrades, community marketing materials and enhan
We have developed our app to be easy to navigate, easy to understand and easy to use. Neither the end user nor our law enforcement partners will be confused by in-app advertising, pop-ups, sponsored content or misleading links. In an effort to maintain the same transparency our app provides citizen, our only source of revenue is generated by a nominal monthly subscription charged to the law enforcement agency in return for unlimited broadcasts, unlimited users, and unlimited
The See Something, Send Something app not only adds Geofencing to Crowdsource efforts but incorporates an anonymous or self-identified two-way real-time communication ecosystem to increase open dialogue between law enforcement and the community. Read more...
When you download our See Something, Send Something App it will prompt you to 'Allow' notifications. If you clicked 'Don't Allow', no worries! Go to your smart device's settings and allow notifications. Our notifications appear on your locked screen, as an icon badge, in your notification center and display a tone upon receipt. If you're still not getting our notifications, head over to the and let us know.