How Can I View Crime and Safety Incidents from My Community?

Neighbors Feed

The Neighbors feed on the left hand side of the main page is a collection of public posts made by residents within your jurisdiction. It’s a place where residents can post information related to incidents going on in their neighborhoods, making it a useful resource for public safety users. You can scroll through the feed to view all crime and safety posts from your community in chronological order. These posts may include videos, photos, and/or text. 

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Incident Map

In addition to the list view on the Neighbors feed, public posts are also visible on the Incident Map on the right hand side of the main page. Hovering your mouse over a post on the Neighbors Feed on the left will highlight it on the Incident Map on the right to show the approximate incident location. The exact location of posts are not shown, in an effort to protect user privacy. You can also click on a post on the Incident Map to scroll to it on the Neighbors Feed.

Post Types

All posts visible in the feed are labeled with one of the following post types: 

  • Crime: Criminal activity involving theft, damage, illegal entry, or violence. 
  • Safety: Discussion of potentially dangerous incidents or activity.
  • Unexpected Activity: Any activity that is out of the ordinary.
  • Lost Pet: Missing and found pet family members.
  • Neighborly Moment: An act of kindness from someone in the community

Filtering Posts

To identify posts on the map by category, date, and/or time, you can create filters on both the Neighbors feed and the Incident Map. To filter the posts, follow the steps below:

1. Click on the Filters button on top of the feed

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2. Apply the Time, Area, and/ or Categories Filter

3. Click Apply Filters 

If you want to interact with a resident’s post, you can leave a comment as an identified public safety user. If you want to send your own announcement to the community, you can create a post. Learn how you can start interacting with your community using Neighbors Public Safety Service here

 

 

 

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