Busted! Grid Expands its Database with Detailed Information about Arrests and Incidents

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The Busted! Grid's database expansion furthers the company's mission to promote personal and public safety by raising awareness of crime in the community.

Busted! Grid - Empowering Citizens

Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of data to the crime information network. The comprehensive database now contains over 5 million arrest records, 400,000 registered sex offenders, and 21 million police incident reports from across the country to inform citizens about public safety issues in their community.

Amid high profile cases of abduction and sex abuse, families are looking for ways to keep their families safe from criminals. The Busted! Grid's web-based platform aggregates data, incidents, and sex offender information into a single web portal. The user-friendly resource tools help users find information about where crimes are occurring and monitor people of interest (teachers, coaches, neighbors, mentors, etc) for criminal activity.

The Busted! Grid gives users have access to Busted! Mugshots, Busted! Offenders, and Busted! Maps. Busted! Most Wanted is currently in development and will be released soon. The tool is created specifically for law enforcement and Crime Stoppers to publish and syndicate local most wanted fugitives and generate tips and leads to crimes.

Information on the website comes directly from police jurisdictions across the country with additions made daily to each of the Busted! Grid resources. To find out more about registered sex offenders, police incidents and arrests in your community, visit BustedGrid.com

About BustedGrid.com:
Busted! Offenders is part of the BustedGrid.com network, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information that empowers citizens to be aware of criminal activity, be informed in their communities and be proactive in the ongoing fight against crime.

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