SACRAMENTO, CA – The Sacramento Police Department was ranked 15 out of the 50 Most Social Media Friendly Cities of America’s Largest Cities by MPHProgramslist.com. And not to rest on their laurels, the department is releasing a mobile app for citizens to use, making it easier to view information as well as contact authorities.
Today the SacPD Mobile iPhone App was released on iTunes, providing users with a centralized place for information and tools. The App features include:
Contact Sacrament PD (emergency 9-1-1 link or detailed phone directory)
Report an Issue (non-emergency and anonymously if desired)
View Missing Persons Pictures
View Area’s Most Wanted
Cold Case Files
School Resource Officer Contact List
Social Media Sites: Facebook, Twitter, nextdoor.com, You Tube, Nixle
SacPD Press Releases
Web Link Window to an array of relevant links including RAIDS Online, SacPD on COPS TV episodes, Flickr, Traffic Court Portal, SacPD involved community events, victim resources, Reverse 911 registration, safety information, etc.
The Sacramento Police Department said in a statement today that the department is dedicated to communicating with the community and “are continuously searching for new and innovative ways to strengthen our connection with Sacramento residents.”
To download the SacPD Mobile App, go to the Apple Store and search for “SacPD Mobile.” And watch for our Android/Blackberry versions coming soon! For additional information, contact the Public Information Office at 916-808-0808. Reminder: Once the SacPD Mobile App is downloaded, we suggest the user sign up/register for Nixle and for Reverse 911.
Hudson’s first single “I Don’t Care,” was released when she was only 13. She followed that up with “Tommy,” which has a great driving beat and allowed Hudson to showcase her vocals, punctuating the reason I believe this young lady is headed for the big time. You can also view “Tommy” on Youtube featuring some of her friends.
So what do we have to look forward to with “Too Shy?” It’s a catchy tune with a memorable chorus that will have listeners singing along after their first listen. There’s also some great guitar work interspersed throughout the song.
According to Hudson, “Too Shy” is really about her personality and how she’s always been the shy type.
It’s a great tune that tells a story of how she wants to let someone know how much she cares for them but she’s too shy. While the lyrics are pretty much what you’d expect from a 14 year old, her sound is not so typical and you can hear as you listen to each of her singles how she is quickly growing as an artist.
Better yet, buy all three of her singles to show your support and then you can tell all your friends you heard her first!