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Broadcast real-time information to citizens - Road Closure, Active Shooter Situations, Wrecks, Events, etc. Multiple language support with automated translation. US English, Spanish and Vietnamese support.

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The days of pagers, memos, and email for internal communications in police departments are over.

UCP For Police Departments

Fire departments today need fast, secure internal communication that can be accessed from anywhere.

UCP For Fire Departments

Messages can now be broadcast to individual officers or teams with 100% guaranteed delivery.

UCP For Sheriff Departments

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Revolutionize your mobile apps with customizable features

Customizable informational tabs for citizens - Know your Chief/Department, Praise/Complaint, Crime Trends, Most Wanted, Employment/Career, Crime Prevention, Resources, Zone Check Requests, etc. Citizens can securely submit a tip (anonymously or not), their exact GPS coordinates, and a picture or video.

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Ken Schul would be your single point of contact.

Ken began his law enforcement career in 1988 with the City of Charlotte Police Department and served in street patrol, taking on the responsibility of field training officer, and very quickly was assigned to the Felony Investigations Division. In 1995, Ken was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He has held numerous additional assignments to round out his experience as a Patrol Sergeant, Community Coordinator Sergeant, and the Street Drug Task Force Sergeant. During his tenure as a Sergeant he was assigned as the Crime Scene Manager for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.   Ken has served as a Lieutenant in the Northeast Service area of Patrol operations and Lieutenant over the Special Victims Division in the city Charlotte, NC.  Ken was next promoted to Captain and his final assignment was as commander of Operations Command for the city, where he responded to the most serious 911 calls. 

Ken Schul

Retired Captain, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department