Foxtrot Code Launches “Understanding Crime in America” Contest

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App Contest to advance analysis on City Open Data, a platform to accelerate app development for data projects, announced the “Understanding Crime in America” contest. is offering free access to develop apps using crime data from over 17 police jurisdictions, Twitter, the Weather Company, in addition to other sources.

The most popular apps submitted on will be awarded $10,000 in total cash prizes. The goal of the contest is to raise awareness around the President’s Police Data Initiative and to demonstrate the public benefit of having more crime data publicly accessible. The contest began on July 15th and expects to culminate on August 29th.

"We have the platform to help advance the PDI and City Open Data. The Police departments can look at Foxtrot Code as a resource for community driven analysis on problems related to violence or crime in general. We expect the results from this project will help city officials see the importance of sharing more data to better understand crime problems," Ed Fullman.

About Foxtrot Code:
Foxtrot Code is an online analytics platform designed to accelerate development for data projects. It’s a development alternative for non-coders where users connect to projects and independently build app products from saved data searches. The entire experience is seamlessly hosted on Foxtrot Code to help generate reuse of apps for fast-tracking data projects and a marketplace to replace the traditional way data analysis is shared with others. Founded by Ed Fullman (CEO & CTO) and Elena Fullman (Head of Marketing & Sales) in 2013. Foxtrot Code is headquartered in Cincinnati Ohio. The team is located in Cincinnati, Austin, Denver, and Brooklyn.

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