COMMUNITY POLICING GOES MOBILE AT NO COST TO LOCAL & STATE AGENCIES
Fox News 25 reports on Rejjee & the Somerville Police recovering stolen bikes.
Rejjee “…is going to become the non-emergency 911 for stolen goods, nationwide.”
– Mike Sielicki Fomer President of NH Assn. of Chiefs of Police and Former Kensington, NH Police Chief
$0 cost to all local & state agencies. As little as $0.25 / mo. / Student for Campus PDs
Mobile BlueThe first single, standard electronic form for filing a lost/stolen goods report anytime, anywhere, from any device.
Fast & easy integrationProcess training through a 15 minute YouTube video, plus API integration with most major CAD/RMS systems.
Agencies served directly & thru channel partners
For non-emergency incidentsLets local departments or urban PSAPs deliver timely customer service for non-emergency incidents.
Lost & FoundReport found property to a community-access page where users can claim items through privacy-assured messaging
Percent non-emergency 9-1-1 time on call reduced
Anytime, anywhere accessAccess reports from your phone or laptop, share with fellow officers in the field or a neighboring agency.
Automated AnalyticsSearch incidents & report crime statistics within your department, other agencies, and share with the community in real-time.
Percent non-emergency 9-1-1 calls prevented
To help cities and law enforcement agencies bring Rejjee to their communities we created the SAFE Bikes program. SAFE Bikes is a simple, easy to understand and fast to implement program for registering bicycles for free and reporting loss/theft in real time right from your phone. SAFE Bikes was launched in Boston in partnership with the Boston Police Department and in association with the MBTA Police, MA State Police, Northeastern University Police, plus dozens of industry and community organizations. SAFE Bikes is returning bikes to their rightful owner at 7X the national average. Secure hosting provided by Microsoft.
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Working in partnership with innovators in law enforcement to reduce the $40B in annual personal property crime.