Baltimore Co. Introduces iWatch – Online Crime Alerts, Tip Reporting, and NonEmergency Complaints Resource for Residents

Baltimore County’s new iWatch online system will allow residents to be more connected to their police department. Public safety officials are engaging Baltimore County residents in crime prevention and public safety through email crime alerts, crime prevention tips, and online reporting of tips and non-emergency complaints. Nonemergency complaints of all types, including those about noise, animals, neighbors or abandoned cars can be made through the online program. The iWatch program also lets residents get the same news releases that are sent to the media and view crime surveillance video and suspect photos. WBALTV.com reported:

“iWatch Baltimore County will provide citizens with an advanced tool to assist police in fighting crime in their neighborhoods,” said Police Chief James Johnson. “iWatch Baltimore County will afford citizens the opportunity to become directly involved in affecting the overall quality of life in their neighborhoods through the use of technology.”

To read more about iWatch, click here to go to the Baltimore County website.

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