Jacksonville Police Department Joins the National Crime Map
Jacksonville citizens have free access to official and timely crime data through the www.crimereports.com website. The Jacksonville police department has partnered with crimereports.com, creators of the National Crime Map, to provide the citizens of Jacksonville with a new tool to see where crime is occurring in their community.
The public can access the crime map 24 hours a day through the website or the crimereports.com iPhone app, available for free download at the Apple iTunes store. The new service even allows citizens to sign up for free customized email alerts so they can stay on top of crime in their neighborhood. Some of the crimes citizens will be able to access include thefts and burglaries that may be happening in their neighborhood as well as registered sex offenders who reside in their neighborhood.
The Jacksonville Police Department is joining over 1,600 other law enforcement agencies of all sizes across North America who shares their crime information with the public.
Anyone with questions about how to use the site can contact Sergeant Amanda Chapman at (501) 982-3191 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jacksonville Police Department, partnered with Policereports.US, will provide traffic accident reports through the internet. This is now our preferred method of accident report distribution. If you need a copy of an accident report please go to http://jacksonvillear.policereports.us, From our report search page, you will be able to search for your report, view it and print it in the convenience of your office or home. You can pay for your reports through this secure site with a credit card or you may contact PoliceReports.US at 800 489-0190 to see if you qualify for a prepaid account.
If you have any questions you can contact our records department at (501) 982-3191 and ask for Theresa Lewis.