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New website lets Mich. residents keep up on crime

Users can see the date, time, location and description of cases with just the click of a mouse


Tiffany Esshaki
Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle

BIRMINGHAM — With the help of a few new tech-savvy tools, residents in Birmingham can help fight crime in their own backyard.

As of Nov. 21, the Birmingham Police Department is now enlisting the help of a website called Crimedar, where residents can track crime in the city by viewing reported incidents on a map. Users can also see the date, time, location and description of cases with just the click of a mouse.

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