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New online program pinpoints crime in Bristol, Tennessee

Less than two weeks of releasing data through CrimeMapping and the Bristol Police Department in Tennessee has already used it to solve a burglary. A citizen found out about a break-in through the online mapping and provided home video surveillance footage that helped find the truck used in the crime.
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Fire crew drives Vacaville teen to school after seeing her in the rain with broken umbrella

A crew with the Vacaville Fire Department went above the call of duty, "rescuing" a stranded teen with a ride to school in the rain. Streets were flooded and they wanted to make sure the girl made it to school safely.
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Nine-year-old boy buys pizzas for Milwaukee police officers using his own money

A nine-year-old boy bought pizzas with his own money, delivering them to the Milwaukee Police department officers who serve his neighborhood.
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Prescott Regional Emergency Communications Center Selects TriTech

SAN DIEGO, CA (February 7, 2017) The City of Prescott signed a contract with TriTech Software Systems to install its Inform public safety suite at the Prescott Regional Communications Center (PRCC). The new public safety system will include a fully integrated computer aided dispatch, mobile and field reporting, and records management solution to be utilized by PRCC and its partner agencies.
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Long Beach Police officers help family by replacing fake Disneyland tickets

When Long Beach police officers investigated a scam that left a family holding fake Disneyland tickets, they helped make the trip a reality by donating real tickets. The California officers said they were touched by the plight of the family and wanted to help out.
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Bristol, TN police launch new crime mapping system

The Bristol Tennessee Police Department has launched CrimeMapping to provide an interactive informational tool to residents. Officers and residents will be able to use CrimeMapping to see where and when crime is occuring. “Situational awareness is key, in any venue."
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New technology will help the Cincinnati Fire Department

TriTech's Inform Mobile software is giving the Cincinnati Fire Department tools to help dispatchers know the exact location of every fire truck and ambulance and to provide valuable information to responders on the scene. Assistant Chief Turley said, "So, what it means for the citizen is that we will get there faster. So, if there's a heart attack, a medical emergency, time is of the essence. Seconds count. Being able to get on the scene faster and render that aid faster will mean a better outcome for the patient."
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View crime mapping in Meridian Township

Meridian Township Police in Michigan are now using CrimeMapping to keep citizens informed and connected.
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Pasadena PD Officer goes above and beyond call of duty

The Pasadena Police Department in Texas shared a photo of an officer lending a helping hand at just the right moment. Officer Tuzun was out on a call with a colleague when the infant's sister asked her for help calming the young child. "There are times when our role is just to be ourselves and let our compassion for others and commitment to our citizens shine through."
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New technology helps injured Fort Worth officer walk again

A Fort Worth police officer injured in the line of duty 14 years ago is walking again due to a new technology.
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