iWatch is a mobile application that enables citizens to turn in tips, images and videos about crimes or suspicious activities directly to law enforcement from almost any mobile phone or PC.Learn More
iWatchNEOhio is a virtual crime watch that you and your neighbors can use to report behaviors and activities that make you feel uncomfortable or do not look right.
Like traditional neighborhood crime watches, your awareness reported to the police can help solve crimes or even prevent a terrorist attack.
If your Public Safety Goal is to be better informed and better aware, start here. It's not just a crime app, it's a direct connection, and it's free.
With awareness comes the opportunity to make changes--to take action. Each Department has it's own crime feeds of news, alerts and rewards you can earn from your tips.
Your iPad or Tablet is a great way to use iWatchNEOhio. Download the app from the app store, and join the team.
Enter an address into the app, and instantly iWatchNEOhio will display the law enforcement agencies for your location or the location of your choice.
On your smartphone? No problem. On your PC? Ditto. In fact, uou can send a report from this website by clicking here:
Send an anonymous text, start a live chat, or tell us how we can contact you about a crime.
Send a quick tip and include up to three photos & video with text. (anonymous)
The most detail possible. Send a crime tip with photos, video, text, descriptions, suspect info, location and type of crime.
Sign up for reports, and get the latest updates every day.
It's free to use, free to download, and free to sign up.
See something? Share it with others, and let them stay updated.
We live, work and play in this city. We all benefit from helping others. Let's team up.
William Schenkelberg, Director, NEORFC
After 911, we needed new tools to help keep our Country safe. iWatch makes domestic safety a part of all of responsibility.
Dan Elliott, Dallas, TX
The iWatchNEOhio app helps us reach out to a digitally connected community in ways never before possible.
Major Zeigler, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
When North East Ohio residents see something suspicious, they can now instantaneously let the sheriff's office know about it by using their mobile phones.