New Public Crime mapping service allows website visitors the opportunity to view crime locations

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Lancaster County Commissioners, in partnership with the Lancaster County Chiefs of Police association, are pleased to announce the addition of a Public Crime mapping service on the County website.

This service will allow visitors to view reported, verified criminal activity near an address; select crime types, time and date ranges; and filter by Police agency. This will enable community and business members to be aware of what is happening in their neighborhood

A demonstration of the website will be held on January 16th, at the Lancaster County Government offices at 150 N Queen St.

The website was created through grant funding to meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law as it pertains to police information, and the content is based on the guidelines set in the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law.


The information above provided by the Office of the Lancaster County Commissioners.


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