Friday, November 01, 2013

Milton police launch MyPD app.

Courtesy Milton Police Department

The Milton Police Department today launched the MyPD app, putting a staggering array of crime suppression tools into residents’ hands.

Now with one simple-to-use cell phone app, residents can ask questions, commend an officer, submit a tip or feedback with photos, and view wanted listings, crime maps, sex offender listings, and much, much more. There are 24 possible features and options for users, meaning a wide variety of vital information for Milton residents. 

The app can be downloaded by searching for My Police Department or MyPD in the iPhone App Store or Android Market. There is no charge for the app and it is free of advertisements
Once downloaded, the user can simply navigate to Milton’s page by selecting the correct city and state. There are also options to follow neighboring police departments.

“In choosing MyPD, we wanted a way for our residents to interact with the police department in a simple and intuitive way,” said Police Chief Deborah Harrell. “By simply downloading the app, users now have a ton of great features and an open line of communication with the department.”

As is the case with the City of Milton Police Department’s e-mail, tip sites and social media, the app is not for any type of emergency situation. It is for routine questions and information sharing only. In an emergency, always dial 911.

For more information about the app or the City of Milton Police Department, call 678-242-2570 or e-mail  

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