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LRPD spends $50,000 for cellphone application that points out unsafe areas of Little Rock

LRPD spent $50K for this poorly rated, seldom downloaded copaganda application


Russ Racop - Snarky Media Group

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In keeping with his promise to make Little Rock the safest city in Arkansas and in the United States, the problematic LRPD chief has contracted with a company, MobilePD, Inc.,  to provide citizens of Little Rock (ones that are willing to expose their private data to download and install it) information about dangerous areas of the city.

Chief Keef learned about this application when he and other LRPD cops went to Texas earlier this year to tour Austin and Dallas police facilities. 

Only four other law enforcement agencies utilize this reboot of the racist and now defunct SketchFactor app.

Records obtained from LRPD show that back in August, they signed a contract costing almost $50K with MobilePD to add their agency to the mobile application.

LRPD has been added on that app but there is no live data, just information about their substations and advertising for an event in November.



AtlasOne/MobilePD's website has this information about their mobile application.



AtlasOne/MobilePD has a fake page set up to show police departments how the can maximize their copaganda and bamboozle the public by making it look like they are actually doing something to make their city safe.

Here is a link to their mockup page:

LRPD has not yet announced this new crime fighting tool.

Why bother? 

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