Crime and emergency alert system
Ssemuddu, Merit Ronald
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The entails an introduction, problem statement, literature review, methodology, system analysis, and design, system implementation, recommendation, and conclusion. There is a need to come up with an automated crime and emergency alert system to bridge the gap in crime detection and reporting to the relevant authorities timely for sustained socio-economic development in Uganda. The problem statement entails that the notable crime and emergency reporting platforms are lopsided and not intuitive. The process of reporting crimes and emergencies to security agencies remains difficult. The face-to-face platform is also unidirectional in the sense that it doesn't have immediate feedback for the members of the society. The main objective was to develop a mobile-based crime and emergency alert system that will be used by the public and Uganda Police Force for quick and feedback-oriented dissemination of information and the other objectives are to design, implement, test, and validate the crime and emergency alert system. The literature review chapter encompasses the review of related literature generated from authentic publications like books, articles, or any other related sources that may be concerned with the research problem being investigated to ascertain and evaluate the existing work in detail. The methodology chapter explains the method that was used by the researchers to conduct this research study. It explains the data collected tools, and techniques that were used. We mainly used the online survey which we designed questions and were sent out to people in different places of metropolitan Kampala to fill in or give unbiased feedback. The System Analysis and Design chapter describes the system study, analysis, design, strengths and weaknesses of the current system, context level diagrams, and Entity relationship diagram. The system implementation, testing, and validation chapter describes how the report dealt with the implementation, representation of the system user interfaces, and also findings from the testing of the system from which conclusions were drawn. This study provides a baseline survey to implement a secure and efficient Crime Emergency Alert System.