Snap it, Tag it, Share it... Help solve the mystery of man who's been terrorizing women in Miami-Dade County since 2013.
The latest incident was last month in Miami Beach. According to reports, a woman woke to a strange man in her bed at approximately 5am. She told detectives that a man, who she did not recognize, began performing oral sex on her and referred to her by name.
Police are stepping up their patrols and are redoubling their efforts to alert the community.
Imagine you're sitting at the library and someone sneaks underneath the table to… smell your feet!
That's exactly what happened to some Florida International University students in Miami, FL this past month.
We really enjoyed launching our Public Safety and Security Mobile App this past year and we hope that 2014 brought you as much pleasure and excitement as it brought us! Whether or not you kept your previous New Year’s resolutions, keeping safe should be on this year’s list and kicking off the New Year in 2015 brings reason to celebrate.
To ensure these celebrations are fun and harmless, these five safety tips can help you ring in the New Year.
- DO NOT leave your drink unattended. If you must go to the restroom, take your drink with you or leave it with a trusted friend or family member. Never leave your drink at the table and return to it, as someone can easily spike it while it is unattended. More...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla – (December 11, 2014) – sci-Shot, a new public safety and security mobile app developed by a South Florida company, will celebrate its official launch at the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade on December 13. The app, which serves as a convenient way for participants to anonymously report non-emergency, questionable or suspicious activity, will be monitored by Crime Stoppers.
“It’s a step below calling 911 and a step above doing nothing,” explained Anita Byer, sci-Shot’s founder. “We’re encouraging spectators to download sci-Shot, register as an anonymous user, and confidentially share pictures and video of non-emergency conditions that appear unsafe or threatening and cause concern.”More...
The Holiday Season is here, and with it, comes great expectations. Expressions of good-will, love and support for family and friends will dominate our thoughts and actions. So, to make certain that we enjoy the Holidays as we expect to, without incident, let’s all remember some basics about staying safe.
Shopping: Stores will be crowded and distractions abundant, So, remember the following before venturing out:
- When shopping with a young child, consider submitting a picture or video of your child to any number of the Public Safety and Security Apps that provide a free resource to record your child’s look and dress prior to heading out. These Apps are used by subscribed law enforcement and mall security professionals to quickly access and distribute news about your child to a number of sources.