Travis County Police Officially Using Trapster

Friday, February 26, 2010

Trapster has officially teamed up with the police! That’s right, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, in Austin Texas, is now entering their own enforcement locations, as well as other information such as dangerous intersections, road closures, accidents, and traffic jams.

Trapster gets drivers to slow down and that is the whole point of conducting “speed traps” and writing tickets. Recently, Team Trapster flew to Austin to meet the entire department and gave them access to Trapster like never before.


Badge Icon


 

Travis County Sheriff’s Office will have their own custom trap icons featuring a police badge, so when they enter their location, you will know it is from a trusted source.


First of Many


 

More and more police departments are stepping forward to become official Trapster users, so if you know that your local department would be interested in joining, send us an email: Partners@trapster.net

Be sure to click on the video above to view Fox News covering this exciting story.

If you have any feedback or suggestions to help improve Trapster, please submit it here.

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  • hydrocar15bon

    Hmm… hopefully they dont enact a law to ticket people working away on their phones checking for traps! Win – win for them! lol

  • hydrocar15bon

    Hmm… hopefully they dont enact a law to ticket people working away on their phones checking for traps! Win – win for them! lol

  • aero_child

    This is great!!!!

  • aero_child

    This is great!!!!

  • Vallid

    Dear Trapster:
    You just let the enemy into the camp. Way to go.

  • Vallid

    Dear Trapster:
    You just let the enemy into the camp. Way to go.

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