A new app will allow users to report suspicious activity and document anti-Semitic incidents from their smartphones, JTA reports.
The app, called Jewish Security Application, is being launched by the Community Security Service, a New York-based group that works to enhance security at Jewish institutions.
The app will allow users to receive security alerts from Community Security Service, send messages to the group and other relevant authorities and to upload video or photos to assist first responders. It also will feature a panic button to alert local authorities to immediate threats. Read more at JTA.