A technology that, through anonymous reporting, simultaneously supports sexual assault victims, helps the public identify unsafe areas, and assists law enforcement in identifying “hot spots”. It’s revolutionary.
Until now, there has never been a technology that simultaneously supported sexual assault victims, helped the public identify unsafe areas, and assisted law enforcement in pinpointing “hot spots”, through reporting.
The RADAR Project app allows victims to report anonymously. By using the app, survivors are not required to report to authorities or go through the criminal justice system. Instead, a victim of sexual or domestic violence can feel empowered by reporting minimal identifying information and alerting other potential victims to possible predators in the area.
The map feature on the app allows for the public to identify areas that are unsafe using anonymous data reported by survivors.
The app provides real time information on potential “hot spots” allowing law enforcement to target resources toward prevention of sexual assault.
The RADAR Project survives and thrives with the support of generous donors.