PNP Tests Android Telephone Directory

Philippine National Police Tests Android Telephone Directory -- Props to the Philippine National Police as it embarked on Android technology for its modern telephone directory!  At Camp General Oscar M. Florendo in La Union, PRO1 Police Regional Office tried to field test PNP's Android Telephone Directory Application covering the network of different police stations of Ilocos Sur, Norte La Union and Pangasinan.
It is hoped that the system will help upgrade PNP's law enforcement in the region. PSSupt. Dennis A. Siervo, Chief of System Integration Management Division, Directorate for Information, Communication and Technology Management based in Camp Crame said that the Android-based telephone directory is a sure help in the communication gaps between PNP offices and units.
Since the system is working on an open source, this information technology move also means that the community can now actively participate in the process of law enforcement in the country by sending in, data and other information that are essential for crime prevention.

Perhaps, we are on way to implementing "e-warrants" and "e-blotter" tools for better crime prevention and solution.

PNP Android Telephone Directory apps was last updated on February 25, 2013. It is still in its Beta version. Requires Android: 2.2 and up, Size: 222k, Price: Free. Download or install the apps through:

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