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Caribou Police Announce New iPhone & Android App

| December 3, 2013



The Caribou Police Department’s newest community policing initiative is now available right on your Android or iPhone.

The app has 24 possible features and options. Some of the features include department contacts, push notifications, feedback & tips forms, as well as options to retrieve information from FEMA, the National Weather Service, and the National Terror Advisory System. Other uses include links for wanted persons, videos, sex offenders, and blog posts. The phone application or “app” can be downloaded free by searching for My Police Department or MyPD in the iPhone or Android marketplace. The police app is available to the public free of charge and is also free of any advertisements. Once downloaded you simply navigate to the Caribou Police.

“This police app is a great addition to our agency” said Chief Michael Gahagan. “We can now push out notifications and alerts and the public has a variety of ways to contacts us. The goal of our MyPD app is to give our public a one stop app option with plenty of features and to open the lines of communication.”

More app information can be found at the MyPD police app website

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