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San Juan launches crime reporting mobile app

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In a significant leap towards enhancing public safety and government efficiency, San Juan City, under the leadership of Mayor Francis Zamora, has been at the forefront of innovation. The city was recently chosen as the pilot site for the implementation of a groundbreaking mobile app aimed at facilitating the reporting of crimes by constituents.

The collaborative effort between the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), and the Philippine National Police has resulted in the development of the eGovPH app. This innovative mobile application integrates various government services into a single, user-friendly platform, empowering citizens to access and engage with their local government more efficiently.

DICT Undersecretary David Almirol personally demonstrated how the app functions, allowing residents to report crimes seamlessly, and showcased how law enforcement agencies receive and respond to these reports. The eGovPH app is a testament to the government's commitment to harnessing technology to improve public service delivery and safety.

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San Juan's selection as the pilot city for this project underscores its reputation for embracing innovation and Mayor Zamora's proactive approach to governance. The city's willingness to spearhead this initiative showcases its commitment to using technology for the betterment of its residents and the community as a whole.

With this new crime reporting mobile app, San Juan takes a significant step towards creating a safer and more responsive city. It reflects the city's dedication to leveraging technology and innovation to enhance the quality of life for its residents and make San Juan a model for other cities to follow in terms of modernizing public services and fostering greater civic engagement.


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