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iWatch Deridder

DeRidder Police announce the launch of iWatchDeRidder


Users can report suspicious activities and be proactive in the community.


The DeRidder Police Department recently announced the launch of iWatch, a free application (app) for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry mobile devices, which allows users to report crimes, tips, leads, photos and videos to authorities.



KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

The app allows the police department to have an up-to-the-minute account of activities happening in the area in that they are reported moments after they happen.


To get the app, a user can visit iWatchDeRidder on their smartphone where a link to download the app can be found.


Once the app is loaded, click on the app and open it. Then let the phone "Find" the location, and select DeRidder as the user's home.

Those who travel can search for the police departments of the area and add the location to their "favorites" to have access to their information and tips center.


Tips, videos and photos can all be given via the smart phone or a computer, in anonymous form or the tipster can leave contact information.


"iWatch puts incredible power back in the hands of the public to help stop crime," said Deputy Chief Christopher Rudy, of the DeRidder Police Department. "Now the DeRidder Police can enable merchants, schools, neighborhoods and individuals to actually assist in crime solving by providing information directly to law enforcement, whether it's after the fact or even if it's happening right now."


The DeRidder Police Department recently announced the launch of iWatch, a free application (app) for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry mobile devices, which allows users to report crimes, tips, leads, photos and videos to authorities.


Users can report suspicious activities and be proactive in the community.


The app allows the police department to have an up-to-the-minute account of activities happening in the area in that they are reported moments after they happen.


To get the app, a user can visit iWatchDeRidder on their smartphone where a link to download the app can be found.

Once the app is loaded, click on the app and open it. Then let the phone "Find" the location, and select DeRidder as the user's home.


Those who travel can search for the police departments of the area and add the location to their "favorites" to have access to their information and tips center.


Tips, videos and photos can all be given via the smart phone or a computer, in anonymous form or the tipster can leave contact information.


"iWatch puts incredible power back in the hands of the public to help stop crime," said Deputy Chief Christopher Rudy, of the DeRidder Police Department. "Now the DeRidder Police can enable merchants, schools, neighborhoods and individuals to actually assist in crime solving by providing information directly to law enforcement, whether it's after the fact or even if it's happening right now."


The DeRidder Police Department launched a new smart phone application to allow the public to send in anonymous crime-related tips.


"It's a program that allows people to send anonymous text messages, or videos or pictures so they can make reports to the police anonymously," Communications Dispatcher at the DeRidder PD Jay Purdue said.


The app is called iWatch DeRidder and has only been out for a few weeks now according to Purdue. He believes a lot of people don't call and make complaints because he or she is afraid to give out their identity.


"I think being able to make anonymous complaints is going to be able to help law enforcement receive more tips," Purdue said.


The app allows you to send picture, text and video tips. Once the app is opened, hit the tab "Send A Complete Tip," fill out what you know and follow the instructions from there. The tip will be sent directly to DeRidder Police.


"It's just going to make it much more valuable to law enforcement to be able to have those pictures as evidence and also video and like I said with anonymity it'll let people report things anonymously," he said.


A good tool to have especially for when you least expect it.


The app iWatch DeRidder is free on iTunes.

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