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Oakland aims to drive citizen engagement with open data

ArcGIS platform. Courtesy: EsriUS: The City of Oakland, California, is offering citizens open access to public data through the Oakland Police Department (OPD) Calls for Service application. Built using GIS technology on the Esri ArcGIS platform, the web app provides real-time crime data using an interactive map available from both OPD and city websites. The platform is ongoing effort to increase public engagement and information sharing. With the help of the new application, citizens can now map real-time data from 911 calls happening in their communities.

Source: Esri