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Writing on the wall for Queensland vandals

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Queensland

Queensland

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November 24, 2013 – 4:08PM

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Smartphone app to target graffiti vandals in Queensland.

Smartphone app to target graffiti vandals in Queensland. Photo: Lisa McMahon

A smartphone app is the latest weapon in the fight against graffiti in Queensland.

The free software, launched by the state government on Sunday, makes it easy for people to report vandalism.

Local Government Minister David Crisafulli said the app allowed users to send the exact location of the graffiti, along with photos and text, to Crime Stoppers in one simple process.

The information will then be passed on to local councils.

“We’re hoping to get a younger generation of crime fighters involved in keeping their streets clean,” Mr Crisafulli said.

Owners of iPhones and android devices can download the software from the App Store.

AAP


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