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Met Police Report on the Self Evident App

"Since launch Self Evident has succeeded in:

  • Becoming the leading, most practical crime reporting app on Android & Apple
  • Crucially assisting the public & Police to capture & exhibit evidence with ease
  • Saving Police time & reducing the barrier to reporting by creating a solution to the digital incapability of Police services
  • Allowing for better triaging of reports entering Police systems
  • Being recognised by the CPS as a secure & legitimate evidence provider
  • Providing Police officers evidence required to arrest & charge suspects
  • Securing convictions at court, based on evidence gathered on Self Evident"

Read the full MPS Report here.

Despite its proven value, the Met Police has said it is not prepared to help meet the costs of the App and Service, as explained here. Since this decision is now being questioned by a number of MPs we will continue to run this public service at our own expense until the Summer.  We hope public funds can then be provided to enable this public service to continue to help police officers, victims and witnesses work together to reduce crime.

 

The smart way to report police misconduct

Report Crime with Self Evident

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Because the Independent Police Complaints Commission recommends that you raise your complaint first with the force concerned, you can use the app to send a report and evidence directly to the police from your smartphone and then, if necessary to the IPCC. If you want to get advice first from an advice centre or lawyer, the app lets you secure your report and evidence in your private account.

With over 27,000 registered users already and in successful use every day, Self Evident is tried and tested. Click here to get yours now.

 

You can show when and where you were and attach photos

Its really helpful you can describe the event and capture the emotion of what happened

It gives you confidence. It’s almost like having a witness with you

 See how the App can help

The app makes it easy for you to

  • safely store photo and video evidence of the crime,
  • record a reliable statement,
  • validate the evidence you have captured
  • file a crime report with the police from your smartphone.

The app particularly helps the police identify and support repeat and vulnerable victims. A new hate crime feature requested by The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime in London and the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner includes third party reporting. When welcoming this feature as mayor, Boris Johnson said the app "will help increase reporting even further, boosting confidence, reducing repeat offences and helping victims get the support they need".

Watch this Police video on how easy the app is to use:

Click here to watch the BBC News feature on the app.

As a means to report non-emergency crime, the Self Evident app is not only free but also better.  Click here to read how the police will respond to your report.

The image below shows what a Self Evident report of Police Misconduct can look like. 

Report Police Misconduct with Self Evident

The app is a simple, secure and smart way for victims and witnesses to make a report and help the police to cut crime, whether it's anti-social behaviour, burglary, car crime, child abuse, criminal damage, domestic violence, forgery, fraud, harassment, hate crime, mugging, police misconduct or complaints, robbery, sex crime, stalking, street violence, terrorism or theft.

Get your Self Evident app now.

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Witness Confident and Just Evidence
The App and the Service are provided by Just Evidence, a social enterprise. You can find out about how the service operates, how the validation works, how your privacy and security are protected and other free reports by visiting JustEvidence.org.  Witness Confident promotes the crime reporting functions and benefits of the app.

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