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Metro Vancouver Transit Police


OnDuty – Metro Vancouver Transit Police
The official OnDuty App connects all Metro Vancouver Transit Police channels into one single, mobile friendly application.
Want to report and track crime on transit? Transit Police has an App for that.
Use OnDuty to discreetly report non-emergency* issues directly to Transit Police Dispatch. There is no need to draw attention to yourself and you don’t have to wait until you get home to report crime on transit. View crime hotspots along the transit system and get a better understanding of where and when crime occurs.
Stay connected with all of Transit Police social media channels including Twitter, Facebook; get the latest alerts.
Features
• Report A Problem – Use this feature to report non-emergency crime or issues while on transit.
• Crime Maps - Transit Police update the crime maps section weekly.
• Alerts - Stay up-to-date on what you need to know. Find out about public safety concerns, missing persons or major service disruptions in real time.
• Latest News – Read the latest Transit Police news. This includes direct links to Facebook, Twitter and Youtube channels.
• Most Wanted – Find out who is most wanted with this direct link to Crime Stoppers.
• TransLink NextBus and Trip Planner - Find out when your next bus will arrive or plan your trip.
*Non-emergency reporting only. For emergencies, please call 911.

This application is powered by, and was developed in collaboration with http://gomobilepd.com.

Recent changes:
- minor bug fixes.
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Free
79
4.0
User ratings
37
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
3
File size
4116 kb
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About Metro Vancouver Transit Police
OnDuty – Metro Vancouver Transit Police
The official OnDuty App connects all Metro Vancouver Transit Police channels into one single, mobile friendly application.
Want to report and track crime on transit? Transit Police has an App for that.
Use OnDuty to discreetly report non-emergency* issues directly to Transit Police Dispatch. There is no need to draw attention to yourself and you don’t have to wait until you get home to report crime on transit. View crime hotspots along the transit system and get a better understanding of where and when crime occurs.
Stay connected with all of Transit Police social media channels including Twitter, Facebook; get the latest alerts.
Features
• Report A Problem – Use this feature to report non-emergency crime or issues while on transit.
• Crime Maps - Transit Police update the crime maps section weekly.
• Alerts - Stay up-to-date on what you need to know. Find out about public safety concerns, missing persons or major service disruptions in real time.
• Latest News – Read the latest Transit Police news. This includes direct links to Facebook, Twitter and Youtube channels.
• Most Wanted – Find out who is most wanted with this direct link to Crime Stoppers.
• TransLink NextBus and Trip Planner - Find out when your next bus will arrive or plan your trip.
*Non-emergency reporting only. For emergencies, please call 911.

This application is powered by, and was developed in collaboration with http://gomobilepd.com.

Recent changes:
- minor bug fixes.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Great app
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Must have! Great app, connects to Translink and many other relevant and useful link. A must app to have ♡it !
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
On duty police app Seems to be OK a bit slow and lacks major information
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Not terribly useful. When you click on "Report a Problem", it just takes you to your regular messaging application to compose a message, with the correct number filled in. Better functionality can be achieved using an existing Android widget called "Direct Message" that's in the phone already. Just create a"Translink Police" contact with the mobile number 877777. Then go to Apps, switch to Widgets, and find the "Direct Message" widget and long-tap it to install somewhere in your desktop. Choose the contact for that widget when prompted (search for "Translink Police"). DONE! You now the same thing as the "Report a Problem" button, except that it's right on the home screen and launches messaging directly with one click, rather than detouring through a third party application. Alerts and news? That's what RSS readers are for: publish a feed and let people subscribe. The map feature isn't very useful; there is no explanation for what the items on the map mean (e.g. "Quality of Life" entries), or how to interpret and use the information.
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Awesome! Great to be connected!