Government Video Website of the Week: the City of Lenexa, Kans. Crime Map

Allows citizens to receive automatic e-mail alerts when crimes occur near their home, office, school, etc.
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The Lenexa, Kans. Police Department’s (PD) crime alert and mapping service allows citizens to receive automatic daily, weekly or monthly e-mail alerts when crimes occur near their home, office, school, etc.

Citizens can view reported crime activity on an easy-to-use map for any location within the city limits of Lenexa. The crime incident data is updated daily and is identified as a point on the map. Click on the point, and information about the crime appears including the date, the location, an event identification/case number, and a brief description of the crime incident (examples of which are “3-9-B-2-B Battery; Physical Contact; Rude, Insulting, Angry Manner”; or as simple as “theft under $1,000”).

For providing citizens with up-to-date crime information, the Lenexa PD’s crime alert and mapping service is Government Video’s Website of the Week.

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