A 25-year-old young woman, Mapula Millicent Mailula from Ga-Maja in Limpopo who is in the process of developing an App which will be more important in South African Police Service ( SAPS) department to trace cases which require emergency care.
Young woman, Mapula Mailula told Seshego and Moletjie News's one of Journalist Lucas Ramabu that the app will be free to use as it is going to be a government platform because not everyone buys data everyday and everyone can never know the time when they fall under bad situation.
Mapula Mailula says the App will also be on the police system so that when you log on it and click it you will find options on which kind of situation you are in, be it abuse, kidnapping, rape or theft.
"We can also use code for those who doesn't have smart phones immediately after you click your situation it will click at the police offices showing your details and your situation. Long phone calls to the police with no answer. Sometimes police are not getting the right location and are even asking around for the address in cases where it takes time and sometimes they never come", she said.
She says the App will have other services like reporting or opening cases and others to avoid long queues at the station because police spend more time certifying papers than catching violetors.
" I have seen alot of crimes around my village, The brutal killings of people at the tarvens, this might help to catch the unknown killer before they go far. This App is an easy thing one can use when in a bad space it is fast and reliable", she added.
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