Busted! Crime Maps allows citizens to digitally search and monitor local crime.
March 28, 2013
Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of Greensboro, North Carolina to its interactive crime-mapping tool Busted! Crime Maps. The database has added nearly 220,000 reports from the Greensboro Police Department, Wilson Police Department, Lincoln County Sheriffs Office, High Point Police Department, Chapel Hill Police Department, and Rocky Mount Police Department.
According to the 2012 FBI’s Uniform Crime Reportdata, overall property crime has declined while violent crimes have increased in Greensboro. Within the violent category, all sub-categories fell except assaults. The Greensboro Police Department credits the decline in crime categories due to citizens policing their own communities. Residents taking action to inform police of crimes is believed to have helped stop many crimes from occurring.
With the growing number of residents looking for an easy way to monitor crime in their neighborhood, Busted! Crime Maps is a tool that is helping keep families informed. By subscribing to the B! Informed Advantage™, residents have access to over 33 million incidents from across the nation in 17 categories including theft, drugs, sex crimes, robbery and homicide. Users of the service can search, view maps and reports, monitor addresses and receive monthly reports of specific crimes in their area.
Busted! Crime Maps currently gives residents in 28 states access to detailed crime incident reports broken down by city, state, and address. Additions are made daily and information is gathered directly from police jurisdictions to ensure timeliness and accuracy. To learn more about crime trends in Greensboro or other cities visit BustedMaps.com.
About Busted! Grid
The Busted! Grid network is the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information that empowers citizens to be aware of criminal activity, be informed in their communities and be proactive in the ongoing fight against crime.