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Knox County and Reynoldsburg are launching a new crime mapping site called RAIDS that is free and available to the public.
According to the law enforcement departments, the crime map comes from a partnership between BLAIR Analytics with both Reynoldsburg and Knox County police departments.
RAIDS analyzes police department data and alerts citizens on crimes as they occur.
Citizens can view an online map with all the crimes in their area.
Citizens can sign up to receive neighborhood watch reports by email and send anonymous tips directly to their department.
The police say that the new mapping system is in effort to keep the public informed about crime in their community.
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