iWatch Dallas 4+

See Something, Say Something

City of Dallas TX

Designed for iPad

    • 1.0 • 3.6K Ratings
    • Free



Anonymously submit tips to law enforcement about drug activity, active shooters, bullying, human trafficking, and more. iWatch Dallas gives citizens the voice to See Something, Say Something.

iWatch Dallas is a mobile app that allows citizens to submit both anonymous and non-anonymous information directly to law enforcemen that are part of our system. It’s simple to send tips that include photos, videos, audio and text.

iWatch Dallas is a modern way to combat modern problems in today’s world. iWatch Dallas also has the ability to receive instant alerts in the event of an emergency. It’s our firm belief that if every phone had iWatch Dallas, the world could be a safer place.

Spanish language users supported.


What’s New

Version 1.3.8

Fix bug with attachments while users is logged in
Improved app performance

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
3.6K Ratings

3.6K Ratings

Jess Gardner ,

I Wanted to Love It. Not Worth At All

I was a little skeptical at first, but after hearing about it from a friend of mine, I decided it’d be better to have it than to not. Immediately, the app was very buggy and glitchy. It was hard to even try to send a tip.
I noticed the information they requested was predatory and bordered on overstepping my rights. Please check what permissions you give an app, because they can take anything from you.
With Dallas’ crime rate, I wanted to love this app, I really did. But I will not sacrifice my everyday privacy, personal photos, and location at any given time. These tips are not guaranteed to be reviewed & over the four (I was willing to give it a shot for a while) I have reported, none were even opened.
I’ll stick to filing an actual report myself. Please save yourself the time and privacy. Read your privacy statements.

oh phannie boi ,


Ryan was kneeling in the bathtub, a towel under his knees and another under his hands, his head turned as he craned his neck to watch Brendon working. The younger boy swirled the spoon around in the over-large bowl before tapping it against the rim and laying it on the counter. "You know it'll cool down a little once I get it in the bag, but is that good?" Brendon bent over next to the tub so Ryan could slowly dip two fingers into the bowl, nodding once.
"It's fine."

Brendon nodded again, reaching out to stroke Ryan's hair before standing back up and returning to the sink, where all of the equipment was spread out. The hook was already hanging from the shower curtain so Brendon could hang the bag as soon as it was full. "Go ahead and take the plug out, baby." His voice was soft, gentle. "And start with your fingers."

thefeelingoffalling ,


This is hands-down the worst App I’ve used in my life! They blocked me for no reason the second I opened the app! This app is awful and doesn’t work. On top of that my friend got the app and it gave a ton of virus, she needed to get a new phone there was nothing apple support could do. Apple needs to look in to this app before it hurts more people. The people who made this app must be pigs, they only want to hurt people. I am mean I am one of lucky ones as the app didn’t attack me. I hope that thing like this can change before something bad happens to another person! This needs to change! There is not a signal good thing about this app. I would like this app to be taken down and scrubbed from the App Store.

App Privacy

The developer, City of Dallas TX, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

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

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