Five-O Police Rating App 1.2

Five-O Police Rating App 1.2


The Five-O app empowers citizens to rate, review and store the details of their interactions with local law enforcement officers. The system then aggregates all scores for a particular county or police officer and assigns by county and officer a dynamic grade for courtesy and professionalism. Citizens are also able to search incident comments by county, state and officer identification number in order to access incident descriptions posted by other users.

[Beta]The Five-O app also allows community members to organize by county on its message board feature. Included is a GPS address tracker which allows a user to identify the address of their stop for future reference. All user incident reports are stored in a myaccount feature where users can later access relevant details for future reference.

Organize to improve relations and store and retrieve all interactions with law enforcement. Identify law enforcement departments that perform well and those which are abusive. Identify abusers early in the process and organize to insist on departmental review and changes. Everyone must contribute to make changes happen. Empower your community with FIVE-O!

Don't forget, we're looking forward to hearing your good and bad experiences!!!!! [We're working diligently to fix any issues identified]

Recent changes:
Fixed permissions configuration issue. Improved navigation and fixed labeling issues.
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Free
87
4.4
User ratings
253
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
8599 kb
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About Five-O Police Rating App 1.2
The Five-O app empowers citizens to rate, review and store the details of their interactions with local law enforcement officers. The system then aggregates all scores for a particular county or police officer and assigns by county and officer a dynamic grade for courtesy and professionalism. Citizens are also able to search incident comments by county, state and officer identification number in order to access incident descriptions posted by other users.

[Beta]The Five-O app also allows community members to organize by county on its message board feature. Included is a GPS address tracker which allows a user to identify the address of their stop for future reference. All user incident reports are stored in a myaccount feature where users can later access relevant details for future reference.

Organize to improve relations and store and retrieve all interactions with law enforcement. Identify law enforcement departments that perform well and those which are abusive. Identify abusers early in the process and organize to insist on departmental review and changes. Everyone must contribute to make changes happen. Empower your community with FIVE-O!

Don't forget, we're looking forward to hearing your good and bad experiences!!!!! [We're working diligently to fix any issues identified]

Recent changes:
Fixed permissions configuration issue. Improved navigation and fixed labeling issues.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
Just wonderful. You get em girls! Show em how its done!
A Google User
Sep 6, 2014
This will not be accurate. You will see more bad reviews than you will see any good ones. Not many will waste time posting good ones. Too many cryers out there will post their perceived bad experience. Other people should rate this app for how it functions and not for its intentions.
A Google User
Sep 6, 2014
Well minded teens doing what is right for the world. Despite the struggles they're going to face for this. Right on
A Google User
Sep 5, 2014
Racist app The set up ask a bunch of personal info. Age,sex,race that should not matter.. might be almost OK if it asked all that for the officers too. The way it ask for those its set up so that black is the first race. Blacks are a minority it shouldn't be the first one that pops up. I'd say it is in alphabetical order if the first one the popped up in the sex category wasn't male so I know its not set up like that since males are a minority too. Its racist because black male are the ones to first pop up.
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Great idea! Thank you thank you