Kentucky Homeland Security Releases iPhone App for Suspicious Activity Reporting

Screenshots from the “Eyes and Ears on Kentucky” app. The screenshots are taken from

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The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS) announces the release of an iPhone version of the Eyes and Ears on Kentucky application, which captures real-time suspicious activity reports submitted by the general public, private sector, and non-law enforcement first responders. The mobile app is currently available for download from the iTunes store.

“Our office is dedicated to protecting the Commonwealth and the iPhone application is the latest step in our continued effort,” said Gene Kiser, Acting Executive Director of the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.  “By putting this technology in citizens’ hands it will allow KOHS to receive the most current data on threats.”

The free mobile application allows users to report suspicious activities and items. “Suspicious activity” is human action logically indicating the possibility of an immediate or a near-future unsafe event.  A “suspicious item” is any article or “thing” that reasonably could become harmful to others, therefore meriting professional inspection and disposition.

The Eyes and Ears on Kentucky mobile application captures information about the incident, subject(s), and vehicle(s), and takes advantage of built in functionality from the iPhone such as global positioning and the camera.

KOHS worked with a team from, provider of the official website of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, to deliver the web and mobile versions of the Eyes and Ears on Kentucky application.

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14 comments for “Kentucky Homeland Security Releases iPhone App for Suspicious Activity Reporting

  1. Ron
    April 2, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    The terrorists hate our horse races?

  2. Douche Bag
    March 2, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    This has to be one of the most retarded time and money wasting idea’s of all time. I bet kids are going to have a field day spamming the system with useless garbage that someone is going to have to waste tax dollars looking at.

  3. Frank Wick
    March 5, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    How about policing strip mines and crappy education systems? Is there an app for this?

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