New QR code system launched for police in Bengaluru, India

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The app-based beat service incorporates the city’s residents and people who work there. The Bengaluru police in India have launched a new QR code system to help improve their efficiency and effectiveness while on the beat. The south east division police are seeking new ways to use technology to improve their services. This effort to use technology to improve efficacy is centered around the QR code system through a new mobile app. This app uses a quick response code beat system. The idea is to make the police unit more…

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QR code parking solution helps to secure vehicles within the city

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Police in Islamabad recently implemented a new solution designed for smartphone using drivers. A new QR code parking technology has been installed by police in Islamabad, for the purpose of making it safer and more secure for drivers to park their vehicles. The new tech is called Park Secure and is meant to provide easy to scan parking codes. The police announced the use of the Park Secure QR code parking technology which now secures all public parking areas in the city. The Park Secure system is designed to digitally…

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Tourist QR codes let Kyoto cops do their jobs

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Police in the Japanese city have been struggling with never-ending tourist requests for directions. Kyoto Prefectural Police officers are now using tourist QR codes to help to free them from having to continually give directions. They are now sharing the quick response codes through posters displayed on police boxes called koban. The posters show the location of a number of tourist sites and have a scannable QR code. This is the first police force to use tourist QR codes to help free their time to do their actual duties. At…

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QR codes featured on police cruisers in Monroe, Ohio

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The vehicles will now have barcodes that can be scanned by residents who wish to connect with police. The Monroe Police Department in Ohio has now become the first one in the southwestern part of the state to add QR codes to their cruisers, says an announcement that was made by Lieutenant Brian Curlis. The barcodes are being used to help to provide smartphone carrying residents with an easy way to obtain information. Furthermore, according to Lt. Curlis, by scanning the QR codes, residents can also report crimes, making the…

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QR codes to be used by the Boston College Police Department

Boston College Police Department uses QR Codes

This will be a first for the city and a second for the state, as the technology is implemented in cruisers. The Boston College Police Department (BCPD) has just announced that it will become the first department in the city (and the second one in Massachusetts) to add QR codes to their cruisers in order to take advantage of mobile technology. When a smartphone user scans one of the barcodes, s/he will be directed to an informational website. Specifically, these QR codes will send mobile users either to the department’s…

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