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November 22, 2011 > Newark Police partner with Nixle

Newark Police partner with Nixle

Submitted By Cmdr. Robert Douglas, Newark PD

The Newark Police Department is proud to announce a partnership with Nixle, a community information notification service dedicated to helping people stay connected to the information that matters most in the City of Newark. Once you sign up for the information is immediately available over your cell phone by text message, by email, and over the web. The Newark Police Department will publish information that our followers need to know immediately. There are four types of messages that the Newark Police Department plans on sharing with our community; Alerts (many would refer to this as an emergency type alert), Advisories (less urgent need-to-know information), Community Information (day-to-day neighborhood to community-level information), Traffic (very localized traffic information).

Nixle's Community Information Service helps keep you and your family safe, informed, and connected to your community 24/7. Anyone can view information by going to without registering. However, we strongly encourage you to register to customize the information you receive and the locations you receive it from, in addition to receiving information by text message and/or email you must set up an account. Once registered you can personalize your locations and your preferences, making the service fit your needs. You choose where you want to receive your information, whether by text over your mobile device or e-mail. Please visit the Newark Police Department's Nixle page at to register for the service. Help make our community a stronger, safer, and better place to live.

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