On the Search page, type in words or phrases that you want to see in a news story and press Go. Your search results are visualized on a map and pie charts. A preview of the results appears on the right column. Clicking on a visualization (map or pie chart) will filter your search.
The search box is similar to Google or Bing, you type a few words and the engine finds news matching one or more of the words. If you require a word or phrase to appear in the content, then put a + in front of it. If you never want to see a certain word, then put a - in front of it. Example: optional +always -neverTo perform an exact word or phrase match, enclose it in quotes. E.g. "officer involved" will find all current instances of “officer involved accident” and “officer involved shooting”, but not “officer training involved”. Alternatively, Officer involved (without the " characters) would show all three of those phrases.
These techniques can be combined in powerful ways. For example, if you want any news containing either “arson” or “blaze”, but never “blazed a trail”, then use: arson blaze -"blazed a trail".
When you have a search that you want to run automatically, click “Save the Stream” - you can view it on the Monitor anytime. You can edit, move, and delete Streams from the Monitor screen. Each person’s searches are unique, so one person may focus on property crime, while another monitors spree crimes.
This is the main screen. Each of your saved searches appear in its own Stream column. The Monitor shows several Streams depending on the size of your screen. This means you can setup a search once and the system will run it for you automatically about every 10 minutes.
The “Local Feed” contains any law enforcement related content published in your geographic region. This automatically shows breaking news – no search words are needed. You may change the geography of the Local Feed in the Settings option in the menu under your sign-in name in the upper right.
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The system is easy to use and bubble prompts guide you the first time you sign-in. Step 3 provides checkboxes that pre-fill common searches to help you get started immediately.
Be sure to type your entire email address in the Username field. Example: email@example.com
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