Monday, February 11, 2019

Will Tech Stop Golden Ghetto Crime Wave?!?

Police want local spyware cooperation and promise lower crime if plugged-in locals share their data . . . Here's a glimpse at the repeated ask. Checkit:

Police use app to deter crime in Johnson County neighborhoods

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Many of you may have heard of Ring doorbell cameras. Now, an app created by the company is allowing cities in Johnson Country to create a virtual 'crime watch' by partnering with your area police departments.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Police use app to deter crime in Johnson County neighborhoods

And find it does not help...

Anonymous said...

Why not try my app so we can spy on you, watch your every move, and loot your privacy and then make a profit off it?

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Anonymous said...

Amazing the majority of people are still technological imbeciles since Win 95 set off so called the personal computing revolution.

Anonymous said...

The reason it does not work is because KCMO is sending all of their criminals to the west.

Anonymous said...

Eliminate section ape housing that will lower the crime rate.

Anonymous said...

^^ugh huh. Die off already.

Anonymous said...

^^ You first.

Anonymous said...

How about we just have negro parents teach their children not to be criminals?

Anonymous said...

In the NewEconomy your home will be a hotel, your car will be a taxi and you will act as your own police department.

Anonymous said...

Johnson county joining Ring only get another eye and access to your doorbell. Just lets the burglers know not to go thru the front door.

Anonymous said...

11:11 go ahead and regale us all with your statististical analysis showing Sec 8 housing has low crime and/or lower crime than the general population.

Anonymous said...

Would be easier to nail jello to a wall.