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In a continuing effort to serve the community, the Key West Police Department is launching a new online service. The new police-to-citizens portal, or P2C allows the public to access current crime and traffic information, report incidents and stay up to date with urgent bulletins.

By clicking on p2c.cityofkeywest-fl.gov, citizens can avail themselves of round the clock service from the Key West Police Department. The site lets you search for public safety incidents and arrests, submit incident reports, obtain copies of crash reports and register a bicycle. There’s even a function to map calls or incidents via Google Maps so that the community can see just what is going on and where it’s happening. Missing persons and wanted people will be posted, along with a community calendar of events.

“We’re committed to providing the best service possible to our community,” said Police Chief Donie Lee. “Our new P2C portal is just another way to protect and serve paradise.”

The new police-to-citizens site is available today.

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 October 13, 2017  Posted by at 12:34 am Issue #238, News, Public Notice  Add comments

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