U.K. city's residents can use location data to help fight crime

01/30/2013 | TheNextWeb.com

The U.K.'s Greater Manchester Police have created an application that allows residents to track crime and find police stations. GMPolice for iOS also uses location data to show reports of missing people or wanted criminals in the nearby area. "We rely on the information that we get from people to help us to solve crimes. The app is a great addition that means people can send details no matter where they are, and help us to target criminals," Detective Superintendent Mark Smith said.

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