"Crime victim and public safety programs work with governments, community-based organizations, and individuals to reduce the impact of crime, substance abuse, and violence. Our programs use advocacy, prevention, education, treatment, and law enforcement to stop violence, substance abuse, and their social impacts so that Washington's communities are the best place to work and live." NOTE: Many WSU faculty and students have worked on these projects!
"The Pullman Police Department is excited to announce the implementation of an online crime mapping platform, powered by CrimeReports! This free service provides community members with up-to-date crime data, while providing optional email alerts if/when incidents occur near locations of your choosing (work, home, school, etc.). The interactive map allows citizens to view criminal activity locations and trends over the past six months, with automatic updates around 3 a.m. daily.
The CrimeReports platform is also available on your mobile device (iOS or Android), allowing citizens to receive alerts and submit tips any time, any place. "