The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department has announced that the agency has partnered with The Omega Group and is implementing “CrimeMapping.”
CrimeMapping allows anyone with internet access to view service calls on a map that shows select crime types and locations. Users can also use the map to generate reports and sign up to receive free crime alerts.
“We believe that sharing information with the public promotes a healthier, safer community,” said Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson. “We want the public to be informed about what’s happening in their communities and join us in our crime prevention, neighborhood watch efforts.”
The Sheriff’s Office provides service calls in Turlock, mostly on the outskirts of town, and those calls can be seen via CrimeMapping.
Four contract cities in Stanislaus County — Riverbank, Patterson, Hughson, and Waterford — receive policing from the Sheriff’s Department and those calls, along with the others in the County, can also be seen via CrimeMapping.
For more information on CrimeMapping, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page here.
To see CrimeMapping in Turlock, visit the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department website, here, and click the map.