"See Something, Send Something" mobile application released
Baton Rouge, LA — The Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange (LA-SAFE) is promoting a smartphone application called See Something Send Something. The free application is a nationwide suspicious activity reporting tool for citizens to help in the fight against terrorism and criminal activity but not to replace 911 for emergency situations. The system connects concerned citizens, first responders and law enforcement to key intelligence centers including LA-SAFE.
The See Something Send Something application routes geo-tagged suspicious activity reports and location-based messages to intelligence centers providing intel analysts the ability to receive, sort, search and analyze the suspicious activity reports. Suspicious activity can be captured as a photo or as written text and then sent directly to LA-SAFE; the tips and information can be evaluated and forwarded to law enforcement across the state as needed.
This application can be downloaded for iPhone and Android phone users, as well as iPad users, and is provided by My Mobile Witness.
To download the free application please visit the iTunes store or google play store using the links provided below.