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This week the Jackson Police Department announced it is using an app called MyPD to enhance its communication with the public. The app is free and residents receive information about events, crimes and wanted suspects.
Features also include department contacts, information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Weather Service and the sex offender registry.
Jackson Police Chief Jed Dolnick said people expect updates fast and the younger generation uses smartphones or tablets rather than the Internet.