The Inglewood Police Department has released a free mobile app to connect with members of the public through their smartphones and tablets.
Inglewood Police Department Releases Free Mobile App to Connect
with Members of the Community
The Inglewood Police Department has released a free mobile app to connect with members
of the public through their smartphones and tablets.
The new app allows Inglewood PD to quickly disseminate emergency alerts, and post news
about missing persons, traffic delays, and weekly crime reports. In the event of an
emergency, app users receive instant notification via their mobile devices.
Citizens can easily send comments and crime tips — anonymously if they wish — and
place calls to Inglewood PD with the touch of a button. They can notify the department
about suspicious activity and easily send images such as graffiti through the app.
Anyone using Android, Windows or Apple platforms can download the app simply by going
to the app store and searching for the Inglewood Police Department app.
“The app provides an easy-to-use method for two-way communication between our
department and community members,” said Chief Mark Fronterotta “It’s a valuable tool for
keeping Inglewood safe. Chief Fronterotta explained that the app also allows Inglewood
Police Department to post photos and images, bulletins, a calendar of events, and even
conduct community surveys.
The app supports the department’s commitment to engage with the community in a timely
manner through all sorts of social media. News that is distributed through the app also can
be set to automatically post on the department’s social media accounts and distributed to
the news media.
The Inglewood Police Department app is not meant to replace calling 911 for crimes and
emergencies in progress. Those experiencing an emergency situation should continue to
The Inglewood Police Department app was developed under the name USPDhub by
LogicTree IT Solutions, Inc. (http://www.logictreeit.com) of Citrus Heights, CA.