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Johns Creek Police offers a new multi-use app for cell phones

March 02, 2015

The Johns Creek Police Department has introduced a free mobile app for iPhones and Androids that allows people to access several services with their cell phone.

Called JCPD4Me, the app provides links to the Police Department’s various social media outlets and can be used to get the latest bulletins on traffic accidents, missing persons, crime reports, and “most wanted” information as well as news and events.

JCPD4Me also includes alarm registration forms, and ways to file or purchase reports, look up the Georgia Sex Offender Registry, road information, or write the Department.

 “Community involvement and support is essential to our success as a department,” said Chief Ed Densmore. “The app helps improve communication between the citizens we serve and the department.”

The app is available on iPhone and Android app stores.

The City offers an app called “JC Now” that pushes emergency notifications from the City and provides mobile access to all city interactive maps (including live traffic), news articles, council meeting agendas, social media and contact information.

There is also a “Johns Creek Fix It" app that residents can use to report pot holes, litter, illegal signs, and other issues directly to the City's Customer Service Department.

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Download JCPD4ME by clicking on one of these links above, or search in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store for "JCPD4ME."