Incident Alert is designed for Arizona ONLY and for the cities dispatched by Phoenix Alarm Center within Maricopa County. Incident Alert allows you to view live/real time Emergency Calls as well as be notified if a friend , family member, ...Read more
Incident Alert is designed for Arizona ONLY and for the cities dispatched by Phoenix Alarm Center within Maricopa County.
Incident Alert allows you to view live/real time Emergency Calls as well as be notified if a friend , family member, loved one or significant other is dispatched to a call.
Simply enter their station number into the application and when they are dispatched get notified immediately on your phone.
Only major emergencies will be show i.e.- House Fires, 962, Natural Gas leaks, and more.
This app shows incidents that are dispatched by Phoenix Alarm, it will only show units from Mesa Alarm if Phoenix Alarm dispatches those into a Phoenix Dispatch City or is Phoenix Alarm dispatches a unit into Mesa Gilbert, Queen Creek or Apache Junction.
Cities dispatched by Phoenix Alarm include:
• Avondale • Black Canyon City • Buckeye • Buckeye Valley • Chandler • Daisy Mountain • El Mirage • Glendale • Goodyear • Guadalupe • Maricopa • Peoria • Phoenix • Scottsdale • Sun City • Sun City West • Sun Lakes • Surprise • Tempe • Tolleson • Tonopah
This application will not show a complete list of calls due to HIPPA and patient privacy. All calls addresses are shown to the closest hundred blocks. This app is not to be used for emergency situations.
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UPDATED ON: Feb 16, 2016
INSTALLATIONS: 100 - 500
LATEST VERSION: 1.2.0
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 4.1 and up
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.
control vibration alert
Allows the application to control the vibration alert.
automatically start at boot
Allows an application to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the application to slow down overall performance of the phone by constantly running.