Community on Patrol 4+

Miami-Dade County

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.2 • 13 Ratings
    • Free

iPhone Screenshots


This is an application geared towards securing the community and assisting the Miami-Dade Police Department with solving Crime.

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

Performance enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Snappingmtl514 ,


If you decide to make a complain for Noise, people, suspects or suspicious activity or even speeding cars and traffic related in residential areas - USELESS. This app simply sending an email to your local police junk mailbox and you won’t even have reply or respond. Best you can get is reply from this app to contact your local Police or Traffic Police or anyone else, but from 3 complains We made - they didn’t dispatch anyone. It’s a toy. Not working.

AngieBaby Mia ,

Responding to No Victim, No Crime

Drug induced people kill (murder) people as well. Argue that with M.A.D.D. (Mother's against drunk driving). Any chemical, plant, that impairs your driving, or society as a whole, needs to be taken off the streets. Ex: Many murders, assaults, have been committed while high on drugs. And not every "body" reacts the same to a substance. What might be a passive reaction to you, might be a more aggressive one to another. Anything that alters your mind, and reaction time, should be taken off the streets, unless there is a true medically prescribed need for it. Rapists and murders continue to be on the list of major crimes, and are constantly being worked on. Everything has to be accountable.

Thanks to the Police Dept. for rolling-out this much needed app. This way the community can help in real-time. Thus, be part of the answer, not just complain about the problems. It truly "takes a village" to get things done. No President of the US, nor police Dept can fix it all. It takes a community. Thanks for all law-enforce my for all you do to try to keep us safe!

W4AS ,

4 Pages of Legalities

The police would like to have better relations with the public, but this is not the way to accomplish it. Before you can even open the app you are expected to read, and agree to, FOUR pages of legal mumbo jumbo. If they can't trust us to simply open an app without holding them harmless, how are we supposed to believe that we can actually report things anonymously?

App Privacy

The developer, Miami-Dade County, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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