On November 15, 2016, officers from eight police units in Dnipro, Ukraine took part in a one-day course on improving communication between the police and the community using the My Police application .
On November 15, 2016, officers from eight police units in Dnipro, Ukraine took part in a one-day course on improving communication between the police and the community using the My Police application.
Developers Dmitriy Podvorchanskiy and Dmitriy Kibzun presented the new service that now includes a new function that allows sending push messages to all the citizens. The developers hope the function will be ahead of social and mass media to notify the public during emergency situations. App users will receive the vital information via SMS to help with situations such as finding missing children and others.
On November 22, 2016, developers awarded certificates to participants of the course at the main office of the National Police in the Dnipropetrovsk Region.
"This program is intended for the patrol teams to reduce response time for incidents. Users had no problem mastering the program. Everything was clear and easy to understand. It is an honor to be pioneers of this program. The most important thing is that the program will benefit users, be useful for us, and, most of all, the citizens of Ukraine."
"It is always interesting and useful to learn something new. Progress is always needed, especially the introduction of innovative technologies. We live in the 21st century, which demands new inventions to get away from the paper bureaucracy. Our thanks to these guys! I hope that we will succeed!”
"The guys explained all the details to us in an intelligible form. We are grateful to them for that. It wasn't as frightening as it was responsible to master something new. Having learned about this project on the courses, I am now ready to take on the responsibility and bring it to the masses.”