The Vineland Police Department recently became one of the first departments in the country to adopt the national law enforcement and community policing network, known as OPS.
It creates a secure gateway between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. On the system, community members can interact and partner with law enforcement in new ways.
They can provide anonymous tips, get alerts, see wanted and missing persons and bulletins, download important documents, and share surveillance camera information.
OPS also has tools to allow partner law enforcement agencies to coordinate their efforts and operate efficiently from anywhere at anytime to better serve their communities.
City officials are proud to be one of the earliest adopters of the OPS network and of being a leader in taking a leap into the future of policing.
Readers can visit the Vineland police OPS interface at police.vinelandcity.org/tools.