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Stay Connected with the New OPD App
For those of you who try stay connected with your local police department, well there is an app for that.
The Ocala Police Department is the second agency in Florida that is using My- PD app.
If you have an Android or I-phone, you can download the free app by searching "My Police Department."
Once you download the app just search "Ocala Police Department."
Features include department contacts, questions and feedback, access to you tube videos and much more.
"You can submit tips on crimes, you can attach photos to those tips. You can remain anonymous, it's your choice. There is a button there to stay anonymous or to not," said Sgt. Angy Scroble who is the Public Information Officer with the Ocala Police Department.
OPD officials hope the app will allow faster and more personal contact with citizens in Ocala.
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