Chennai Police Launches Mobile App ‘Digicop’

Actor Vijay Sethupathi launched the mobile App ‘DigiCop’ of the city police department at the Commissioner’s office. The actor also released a DVD on CCTV awareness and several other police campaigns to make the police department people friendly.

Vijay Sethupathi said the App makes citizens feel that the police is always with them. Using the App, people can track the status of stolen two-wheelers and cell phones.

The details of 18,000 stolen mobile phones are stored in the App. So next time someone is buying a phone from a second-hand shop they can verify if the phone is stolen or genuine.

Using DigiCop App, people can verify IMEI, report lost two-wheelers and phones, know the nearest police station, police news, and traffic alerts.

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