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January 16, 2016 9:04 am Published by
Man using his phone in the street – Android

Makes it easier to make an emergency call if you need to by allowing you to bypass pushing buttons and activate your phone by shaking it.

Set up a “SafetyNet” group of contacts to alert them quickly if you are in trouble

Use a phone retrieval feature if your mobile is lost or stolen

If you’re in Yorkshire there is an award-winning crime prevention mobile app from the North Yorkshire police. It features latest crime news and “caught on camera” CCTV appeals, weather alerts (including flood warnings) as well as crime maps and other useful data.

If your phone, bike, computer or any other registered item is lost or stolen, use Immobilise to instantly tell police, insurers, and the second-hand trade. These actions help greatly in the recovery of your property and capture of thieves.

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