Tech provider helps police department create a safer community.
CAMDEN, N.J., April 22, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Camden County Police Department (CCPD) has enrolled with STOPit Solutions, the leading technology service that empowers people to speak up for themselves and others, while giving public safety the insight it needs to keep communities safe.
Using STOPit Solutions, Camden residents can now submit completely anonymous reports to CCPD directly from their mobile phones or web browsers, allowing the police department to investigate and even prevent dangerous situations in the community, all while citizens remain anonymous. Once a report is received, CCPD will be able to manage the tip through STOPit Solutions’ efficient and powerful communication platform, including the ability to message with the anonymous reporter and address issues instantly.
“We derive our power from the community,” CCPD Lt. Zsakhiem James told NJPen. “And that makes a bigger difference. The community will give you the chance on small things [which can] build up to the larger things.”
Camden joins a growing number of police departments that have partnered with STOPit Solutions nationwide.
“Our team at STOPit Solutions is proud to help police departments keep their communities safe, and we are thrilled to partner with CCPD in doing that for Camden,” Neil Hooper, Chief Operating Officer of STOPit Solutions said. “Camden is undergoing a resurgence with the city embracing innovative technology, and we are honored to be a part of this modern community program that aims to help preserve the quality of life in Camden neighborhoods”.
About STOPit Solutions:
STOPit Solutions creates safer places to learn, work and live. STOPit Solutions helps thousands of schools, offices, and townships worldwide inspire speak-up cultures through 100 percent anonymous reporting tools and 24/7 monitoring 365 days a year.
To learn more about STOPit Solutions please visit www.stopitsolutions.com.
For more information, contact Agatha Asch, STOPit Solutions Marketing and Communications Director, at 908-748-4356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.