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An effective way to engage with the police and help reduce crime

Each year since 2017, 15% of U.S. adults have indicated they were victimized by crime in the past year. A subset of that, between 1% and 3%, have reported being the victim of a violent crime.

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An effective way to engage with the police and help reduce crime

Each year since 2017, 15% of U.S. adults have indicated they were victimized by crime in the past year. A subset of that, between 1% and 3%, have reported being the victim of a violent crime.
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Millions of Americans are likely to be victim to a crime, and even more are likely to pay witness to some kind of crime. Making sure there are safe and effective ways to communicate and cooperate with local authorities can help to solve and reduce cases. Filing a crime report, collecting statements, and verifying information from witnesses can help ensure communities effectively engage with each other and officials to eliminate crime.

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The Self Evident app is a smart way to report crime and provide evidence to the police, whether you’re a victim or a witness. It’s an effective way to engage with the police and help reduce crime. The app makes it easy to: Record a reliable statement Validate the evidence that has been captured File a crime report with the police from a smartphone The app is free to use and has features for repeat and vulnerable victims, and for hate crime. It can also be used to send evidence recorded on a camera, CCTV, dashcam or phone.

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