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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Safe Sense App work?
How does the Safe Sense App work with city agencies?
The Safe Sense App partners with city agencies like the Department of Transportation to share official, important traffic safety information in a public-private-community partnership. We are proud to partner with the world’s most innovative cities to improve traffic safety and efficiency.
How is my information kept private?
Is the Safe Sense App available in my area?
The Safe Sense App is currently only available in the US.
Where can I download the Safe Sense App?
The Safe Sense App is free to download at the App Store or Google Play.
What can I report on the Safe Sense App?
Before posting on the Safe Sense App, be sure to view our Reporting Guidelines to see what types of reports and comments are permitted. Our aim is to keep the Safe Sense App’s content and conversations focused on traffic safety.
Users also have the power to flag incorrect or inappropriate content on the Safe Sense App directly in the App. Our team reviews flagged posts, and if the report violates one of our Reporting Guidelines, it will be removed from the content feed. When we deny reports as part of our pre-moderation process, you can view why the report was rejected in the users Reporting History.
When you submit Content to be published by the Service, you must make sure it is lawful. For example, you shall not submit Content that:
is diminishing or infringing proprietary rights of others, including but not limited to copyright and trademarks
poses a risk to a person’s safety, security or health; identifies other persons without obtaining such person’s express written consent to the disclosure of their personal information, or pertains to minors and identifies minors or their personal information, including their full name, age, address or contact information
is unlawful, defamatory, libelous or invades the privacy of others; is harassing, offensive, threatening or vulgar
encourages racism or unlawfully discriminates on the basis of race, origin, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, occupation, sexual orientation, illness, physical or mental disability, faith, political view or socio-economical class
encourages criminal behavior or conduct that would constitute a criminal offense under any law, or could give rise to civil liability or other lawsuit