1. Smartphone application to allow loss of phones to be reported

Smartphone application to allow loss of phones to be reported

A 'citizen cop' smartphone app would enable people to report the loss of their cell phones, ATM cards, passports and other important documents online.

By: | Indore | Updated: December 11, 2014 12:52 PM
A 'citizen cop' smartphone app would enable people to report the loss of their cell phones, ATM cards, passports and other important documents online.(Reuters)

A ‘citizen cop’ smartphone app would enable people to report the loss of their cell phones, ATM cards, passports and other important documents online.(Reuters)

A ‘citizen cop’ smartphone application downloaded by 46,000 cellular phone users so far, would enable people to report the loss of their cell phones, ATM cards, passports and other important documents online, a senior police official said here today.

“With the addition of new features on the ‘Citizen Cop’ smartphone application, people can report the loss of mobile phones, ATM cards, passport, PAN cards and Aadhar cards online and complainant would also get a receipt for the complaint on their email address,” Inspector General (IG) Indore Range, Vipin Maheshwari told reporters.

Another new feature added to the application would also help people find out whether the second hand vehicle they plan to purchase was a stolen one, he said.

He said that details of vehicles stolen from here during the last five years have being uploaded onto the smart phone application.

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