Motorola Solutions offers three cloud-based solutions that help agencies connect with their communities and capture critical information: CommandCentral Community, CommandCentral Citizen Input and 10-21 Police Phone. These solutions improve transparency, connect law enforcement with the public in new ways and give citizens a greater role in collaborating with police to help make their communities safer. CommandCentral Community, CommandCentral Citizen Input and 10-21 Police Phone each empower the community to share valuable information and work in greater partnership with law enforcement. CommandCentral Community gives the public a single touchpoint for building collaboration and transparency with their agency. Through its CityProtect® portal, the public has mobile access to anonymous tipping, anonymized crime data which can be viewed on a map and the ability to easily submit Freedom of Information Act requests. Digital tips from the community are stored and accessed in Motorola Solutions evidence software and help create CommandCentrals 360 degree view of the incident. CommandCentral Citizen Input empowers citizens to send video, photographs and recordings to 9-1-1 call takers in a controlled, permission-based procedure. Citizens can capture information first-hand and share it in near/real-time to significantly enhance context and situational awareness for responding officers, as well as add critical evidence to the audit trail and incident record. 10-21 Police Phone improves community engagement by enhancing the connection between citizens and law enforcement. The mobile application texts citizens with the name, agency and phone number for a police officer relating to a specific incident, providing citizens with a direct point of contact, as well as encouraging them to answer calls and messages, as police are identified as law enforcement -- not spam. This is all accomplished while ensuring the officers personal mobile number is kept private.