|By Business Wire||
|December 1, 2016 10:02 AM EST|
In response to the need to help make our communities safer and improve the transparency and trust between police officers and the citizens they serve, a Sacramento-based developer group, LogicTree IT Solutions, Inc., with the help of law enforcement agencies across the country, has developed the USPDhub system. The USPDHub system is a mobile app designed to function as a communication tool between local law enforcement agencies and the communities that they serve. The newest update, “Smart Connect,” operates on the premise of “see something… say something” and through an innovative communication channel provides the community with an easy way to notify the appropriate agency and person with information.
“Safe communities are not built safe – but are made safer with the help of the people that work and live in them by working with their law enforcement agencies; when you see something…say something,” Rich Maddalena, CEO of LogicTree, Inc., said. “Community-police relations should be a two-way street, and USPDhub enhances and simplifies that communication link between the police and the communities they serve.”
After years of developing software for many different industries and associations, LogicTree IT realized the need for an affordable, easy to use, two-way communication system designed for law enforcement agencies with all the features on one platform. USPDhub is the result of that knowledge. LogicTree IT continues to develop new features based on requests from agencies and makes them available through USPDhub. With the new launch, the app’s latest update includes a new pricing structure that caters to law enforcement agencies who want to pay one low monthly fee for basic features, while also allowing them access to add-on features and the ability to customize the app to fit the individual needs of their own agencies, including the offering of a branded app. The “no contract” pricing structure allows law enforcement agencies to subscribe to the app’s service without a long-term commitment or having to go through rigorous budget approvals.
For as little as $55 per month, the Basic Level of the USPDhub app allows law enforcement agencies to share news with their communities; send push notifications or text messages to a user’s phone to inform them of important and timely announcements, emergencies and alerts; and receive tips from area residents and businesses. The app is available for download on Android, Apple and Windows phones, and can be found by searching for USPDhub. For more information, visit USPDhub.com.
LogicTree IT Solutions Inc. is a U.S.-based software engineering firm that develops cost-effective, branded mobile apps for police and sheriff´s departments (USPDhub), schools (inSchoolHub), youth groups and programs (MyYouthHub), and businesses and other organizations (TwoVie Hub). All of our mobile apps are published on three platforms: Android, Apple and Windows.
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