Walk through Mokena's new crime-mapping software with police Chief Randy Rajewski.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
Take a look at the Mokena police's new crime-mapping software before they present the information to the village board tonight.
The Mokena Police Department will present CrimeReports, their new crime-mapping software, to the village board at tonight's meeting. Here's what it will look like when it goes online today. Read the full story of the software from a preview we wrote in December.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Mokena's new CrimeReports software will, starting Jan. 23, allow people to search for past crimes in their section of town, get alerts about new crimes and share the information with their friends.
Want to look at past crimes in your neighborhood, get alerts about new crimes in a section of town you designate and even search sex offender data on your iPhone? Starting next month, you can. On Wednesday, the Mokena Police Department offered members of the media a sneak peek at CrimeReports, the new crime mapping software the department plans to make public Jan. 23. Police Chief Randy Rajewski will present CrimeReports to the village board the same day. As approved in the village budget that started in July, the police department will be paying less than $5,000 a year for two services from CrimeReports.com: CrimeReports, a public online map of police data, and CommandCentral, which will generate maps, statistics and other data for the …