People are spending more and more time on their mobile devices and with the MobilePatrol app, they have easier access to an impressive list of public safety information.
This nationwide app not only allows concerned citizens to monitor who's in jail, but it also serves as a vital tool that allows community organizations to communicate directly with citizens in the communities they serve, delivering public safety information directly to smartphones and tablets.
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Allow users to see recent bookings into your facility, send alerts regarding your most wanted lists, area sex offenders, or general news and information.
Users can submit crime tips straight from their mobile phones, or easily report a sighting of someone that you have placed on your wanted list.
Connect with communities, and monitor your outreach with a customized control panel and seamless integration with social media and news outlets.
Keeping communities safe and informed by improving communication between sheriffs’ offices and the communities they serve.
MobilePatrol helps sheriffs’ offices rapidly communicate vital public safety information such as emergency alerts, jail bookings, VINE notifications, arrest warrants, and lists of most-wanted persons and sex offenders. Users of the app can also send crime tips and offender sightings directly to the sheriff’s office.
View mugshots, names, addresses, intake and release dates, charges and more. Users can also register for victim notification directly from the detail view of an inmate.
The app is fully integrated into the nationwide VINE network, giving users automated notifications regarding offender status, including transfers, releases and more, all through simple in-app registration.
The most wanted section (along with the other warrant categories) contains mugshots, names, charges, advanced searching and the ability to report sightings and share on the user's Facebook wall.
Users can be notified of missing persons, Amber Alerts, manhunts, severe weather, or other emergency situations. The user is alerted by push notifications as well as throughout the app itself.
Registered local sex offenders are listed on the app with mugshots, names, charges and mapping of their city block so users can keep themselves and their children safe by locating nearby offenders.
The app contains a map of the sheriff's office and/or detention center. It also features directions to and from the facility based on location, and users can save the sheriff's office information to their contacts.