“CrimeReports technology will make it possible for law enforcement and the citizens whom we serve to work together to solve crimes,” says Grays Harbor’s Sheriff Mike Whelan. “The public will know what is taking place in their neighborhoods and will be able to request regular email updates if they wish.”
“Grays Harbor Sheriff Michael Whelan, Montesano’s Police Chief Ray Sowers, Hoquiam, and Aberdeen Police Departments are leaders in law enforcement innovation,” says Greg Whisenant, founder and CEO of CrimeReports. “They are demonstrating their commitment to the community, to proactive policing, and fiscal responsibility.”
Grays Harbor Sheriff and Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Montesano Police Departments are joining a list of nearly 600 other law enforcement agencies of all sizes across North America who are sharing their crime information with the public through the map, like Baltimore, Boston, San Jose, San Francisco, Portland, Washington D.C., Los Angeles County, and more.
You can access your local crime map and sign up for daily, weekly, or monthly email crime alerts at www.CrimeReports.com.
Working with over 600 law enforcement agencies across North America, CrimeReports is the largest and most accurate online resource for up-to-date crime information. The CrimeReports network offers a family of affordable, easy-to-use software tools for law enforcement agencies to understand crime trends and share up-to-date neighborhood crime data with the public. Community members can access the integrated crime map and receive email crime alerts for free at www.CrimeReports.com, empowering them to make informed decisions to help improve the safety of their neighborhood and community. CrimeReports services are offered by Public Engines, Inc. For more information, visit www.CrimeReports.com.