The Uganda police have launched a lost and found property mobile application that will be able to enable natives to see the information about a lost and found property.
The launched app is also able to provide information about the force including the police stations near them with their police leadership structure.
How the App Works?
When any person loses anything or one goes missing, the attached and concerned parties are expected to report to the nearest police station. An officer will update the application to indicate the details of the missing document, property or missing person.
After an officer updating the app, it will be able to notify the station where the property or missing person was reported for its database has a GPS that will be able to portray it.
The app thereafter will carry information about the missing things or person to all nearest police stations asking for any person with information on the reported missing persons, properties or documents.
After the missing property or person is recovered, the force will update the application informing the public where the person or property is.
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