CrimeReports.com – Get Local Crime Data From Your Neighborhood

Crime report here! Get your free crime report! Don’t be the last on your block to get your crime report; you could very well regret it.

CrimeReports.com was created to help law enforcement put crime data in the hands of those who need to know the facts the most – everyone.

CrimeReports.com standardizes the way law enforcement agencies share crime data and statistics with the public, right down to the very street they live on.

When law enforcement responds to a crime, they make a report of it and keep it on file for future reference; the report also becomes a part of public record. CrimeReports.com allows agencies to better manage which types of crimes – and which details – are reported to the public.

  1. The law enforcement agency uploads the crime data using the CrimeReports Publisher; installation takes less than one hour.
  2. CrimeReports.com geocodes that crime data and sends free email alerts to people who have requested them from the agency.
  3. The crime data is immediately available on CrimeReports.com; the agency still manages and controls all content.

Although there is no real way yet to tell if CrimeReports.com actually reduces crime, it clearly raises the awareness of what crimes are being committed in the neighborhood and creates a stronger community policing system, which in turn improves a better connection between law enforcement and the public.

CrimeReports.com helps members of the public to better understand their surroundings and provides them with the tools to make informed decisions about how to best protect themselves.

Start protecting yourself and get your free neighborhood crime report now!

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PS. Here’s a link to the site: CrimeReports.com

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