When a mother in the Stockholm suburb of Årsta recently discovered her daughter had disappeared from a neighborhood playground, her first step was to open an app on her smartphone.
Using the “digital neighborhood watch” app, Trygve, she put out the word that her daughter was missing, and a search party was organized within minutes. They found the girl in under a half an hour.
Trygve is enabling a growing number of Swedes to guard against crime and help each other in emergencies. The app immediately communicates to groups and individuals any number of situations users wish to report, from armed robberies to stray dogs.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-11-swedes-social-app-crime.html#jCp
The app will be launched next year in Germany.
German citizens need to start organizing ways of guarding against crime now the police are too busy obeying unlawful and unconstitutional orders to do their job.