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most of these don't seem to be very serious incidents. it would be nice to filter for incidents that resulted in casualties, as opposed to someone was suspicious and ran away from authorities types of things which are included here.
There should at least be the same minimum standards as filing a police report after an auto accident - like a certain dollar amount of damage or injury.This thing is like the desk log at a small police station that's filled with "parkers and barkers".
i just now discovered something... the default setting maps only incidents reported in the last 7 days. you can choose to map "all" but it takes forever to load and once it starts blinking it looks like the griswolds got hold of it.
also, am i the only the oe who gets a google map to play with when i click on one of the blinkies? that's about 2 hours of my life i'm not going to get back....
It's a Google map overlay, so you get a local map when you click on any icon.It's really useful for charting barking dogs and illegal parking.
hey! you keep your google overlay off of my barking dog!my google map question was something of an afterthought, based on your commenters' experiences with clicking on the icons. either they're not finding the local overlay, or they're not as captivated by maps and satellite imagery as i am.probably the latter. google earth and lolcats have become my two main vices these days.
"This thing is like the desk log at a small police station that's filled with 'parkers and barkers'." - BryanHow about 'bark parks'? Houston has several designated bark parks, specifically designed for owners and their dogs. There's one a mile or so down the freeway feeder from me. On cold days, I imagine I can hear its occupants...
woof!our fair city recently set up a few bark parks. the dog and i visit them all.
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