It's a new public access Web site where anyone can go to find out about crime in any area of Tallahassee. Users can access a search engine to see a crime that happened and where it happened.
TPD says it will be a great tool in several ways. Just a few include Crime Watch and real-estate purposes. For example, citizens will know where the most crime happens so they can make the best home buying plans.
TPD also says it’s the best way to exchange information with the public.
Chief Dennis Jones said, "They can pull up the information themselves, where in the past it would have to be referred to our crime analyst, crime analyst would say, well let me get back to you or we'll have to pull that information."
To find out how to get to the Tallahassee Online Police Statistics, just click the link below and when you get to the site, click the first time users tab towards the bottom.
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