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PLEASE DOWNLOAD TODAY! This App Will Keep You Safe In Jamaica

The Ministry of National Security says the Stay Alert app, which allows users to quickly contact police with a panic button and anonymously report information among other things, is now available in the Apple Store.

In a release Monday, the ministry indicated that the app may be downloaded for Apple devices here. It may also be accessed here, for Android devices. Users are being asked to not press ‘Panic Mode’ as a test, as this will send an alert to the police.
The Ministry of National Security says the Stay Alert app, which allows users to quickly contact police with a panic button and anonymously report information among other things, is now available in the Apple Store.

In a release Monday, the ministry indicated that the app may be downloaded for Apple devices here. It may also be accessed here, for Android devices. Users are being asked to not press ‘Panic Mode’ as a test, as this will send an alert to the police.

Stay Alert has four components:

Alerts, which provide users with the latest news, alerts and tips from the police such as missing person updates, road blocks, and other information from the police blotters.

iReport, which allows users to anonymously upload a video, audio, photo or message about suspicious individuals or crimes.

The Laws provides users with snippets of Jamaican laws for them to read and understand, and apply to real-life situations.

The Panic Mode which, when activated, sends an alert to the police that you are in an emergency situation.

SOURCEStay Alert has four components:

Alerts, which provide users with the latest news, alerts and tips from the police such as missing person updates, road blocks, and other information from the police blotters.

iReport, which allows users to anonymously upload a video, audio, photo or message about suspicious individuals or crimes.

The Laws provides users with snippets of Jamaican laws for them to read and understand, and apply to real-life situations.

The Panic Mode which, when activated, sends an alert to the police that you are in an emergency situation.

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