Pulego Technologies in partnership with the City of Tshwane Municipality and The Innovation Hub has implemented a citizen’s engagement mobile platform, called Co-Safety, with Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMDP). This is as a result of TMPD expressing interest in adopting mobile technologies to collaborate with citizens in addressing community safety issues and having a need for a platform that automates its incident management process. Co-Safety is a mobile platform that enables citizens to conveniently report or provide anonymous tip-offs of incidents of crime, corruption, bylaw infringements and traffic directly to the metro police. The metro police instantly receive the data and take appropriate action while keeping track of progress in resolving the incident. Co-Safety further provides metro police the ability to directly engage citizens on community safety issues and offers data analytics capabilities to aid the metro police management decision making.
Co-Safety as a smart city solution can be customised to handle any environment where there is a need for citizens engagement, incident management, service delivery enhancement and improvement of internal operational efficiencies.