P2P & LBS Technology-Based Mobile Police System Design


With the coverage by the mobile network and the popularization of mobile phone communication software, the traditional voice communication, short message service and even the interconnection service have gradually been replaced by mobile terminal equipment. Confronted with the ever-increasingly serous information explosion, police authorities meet with new challenges in their daily police work. This paper establishes a mobile police application system integrating office work, early warning, publicity and surveillance through careful study of the Peer to Peer and Location Based technology, striving to transform the traditional idea, break the traditional mode, expand the tradition scope so as to better exercise the social supervision function, publicize precaution information and crack down on crime.

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Yao, W. , He, P. and Xu, S. (2015) P2P & LBS Technology-Based Mobile Police System Design. Journal of Computer and Communications, 3, 51-60. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2015.39006.

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