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Meet The Company Who Created More Than 500 Police Snitching Apps

Published: June 18, 2020 | Print Friendly and PDF
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credit: OCV.com

The company responsible for creating a network of police snitching apps in the U.S. and Canada is trying to convince the public to use a new app.

Want to report your neighbor for not social distancing, report them for being a George Floyd protester, or perhaps you have seen something suspicious? Chances are pretty good that OCV, LLC has created that app.

 OCV has created a mind-boggling 500 law enforcement apps.

"With over nine years of experience serving public safety agencies, OCV, LLC. has developed over 500 custom mobile apps and proudly serves over 40 states and Canada."

 As The Daily Globe explains, OCV's latest app allows users to "lookup jail inmates and wanted lists, as well as submit anonymous tips about crime."

In Rock County, Minnesota, the Sheriff's department has already received a tip from a concerned citizen. Because who doesn't want to send police an anonymous tip about their neighbors?

OCV's "TheSheriffApp.com" is particularly good at masking its real purpose.

"TheSheriffApp.com will help your office brand itself as innovative leaders in law enforcement within your community and provide easy access to important information to your citizens." 

Want to help re-brand law enforcement's image? OCV has at least 500 apps that will help convince the public that law enforcement is here to help.

OCV is so good at masking what TheSheriff App's real purpose is, it is easy to miss.

"App users have the ability to receive instant push notifications from your sheriff’s office, submit a tip, view the most wanted page, see a map of sex offenders in their area and more – all from an app!"

TheSherrifApp is specifically designed to allow users to send anonymous tips to law enforcement. The first thing they mention in their "Common Features" section is submitting a tip.

"Submit tips right from your smartphone. Use your smartphone capabilities to include pictures, GPS location and more in your tip."

TheSherrifApp has taken public snitching to a whole new level by combining real-time social media accounts.

"Combine all social media accounts into one continuous stream within the app. Updated in real time."

Would anyone like to guess what the "Main Feature" of TheSheriffApp is? If you guessed public snitching, congratulations.

"Submit a tip with a tap by using our tip submission feature! Users can easily submit tips directly from their smartphone. Take advantage of a mobile app and use your smartphone to be as detailed as possible with your submission: upload pictures, videos… even include the GPS location of an incident! Users also have the option to submit a tip anonymously."

During the coronavirus outbreak, the news has been littered with stories of neighbors snitching on each other. Private companies like, NextDoor have even gone so far as to shower law enforcement with gifts so they can spread public snitching to every neighborhood in America.

 "As part of the chosen group, Charles Husted, the chief of police in Sedona, Arizona would be flown to San Francisco on President’s Day, along with seven other community engagement staffers from police departments and city offices across the country. Over two days, they’d meet at Nextdoor’s headquarters to discuss the social network’s public agency strategy. Together, the plan was, they’d stay at  the Hilton Union Square, eat and drink at Cultivar, share a tour of Chinatown, and receive matching Uniqlo jackets. All costs — a projected $16,900 for the group, according to a schedule sent to participants — were covered by Nextdoor."

Hasn't law enforcement learned anything about the recent slew of "Karen's" calling police on black people? The last thing American's need or want is a "Karen" police app disguised as "TheSherrifApp." (To find out more about NextDoor's "Karen" problem, click here.)

If there is to be any hope of police reform, then we must demand an end to the culture of police surveillance, and the corporations who profit from it. 

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