Is the Cell 411 app a threat to officer safety?
Cell 411 could prove be deadly for civilians and law enforcement
Apr 27, 2016 by officer Mike Bires.
Note that PoliceOne.com (THE premiere cop site) not only only allows comments from people confirmed to be cops, it recently removed the ability of non-cops to READ comments. (Because they were largely bloodthirsty rantings that showed the true colors of many cops as bullies who want to harm, rather than saviors who “protect and serve.”) My prediction is they will soon remove the ability of non-cops to even access the site.
Cell411 info on it using the BipCot license is here. If the cops didn’t read that, hey, ignorance of the BipCot is no excuse.
Get Cell411 free here or on the Google Play store.
Since the author of the article violated the BipCot license, he has agreed to be made fun of. Here’s his pic and info:
Officer Mike Bires has been a police officer for more than 20 years in Southern California. Along with working assignments in corrections, SWAT, bike patrol, and as a field training officer, Mike is currently a university resource officer for a large university. Having a background in website design and development, he is on the Azusa Police Department’s Social Media Team and is the developer of their website. He is also the founder of LawEnforcement.Social, which is a law enforcement social media resource website.”
You can follow Mike on Twitter at @iSocialCop.