Baguio in my pocket, 911 on hand for critical incident reports from the public
Witnessed a crime, seen an accident, house on fire or even uncollected garbage? Got COVID-119 symptoms or suicide concerns?
Mayor Benjamin Magalong encouraged residents to report such incidents and other emergency cases to Baguio 911 through the Baguio in my Pocket (BIMP) application.
“BIMP-Baguio 911 is now accepting just about any concern of consequence and will facilitate immediate action through our Baguio City Command Center,” the mayor said.
Executive Officer V Felipe Puzon of the City Mayor’s Office who is overseeing the smart city command center said the BIMP site is an alternative to direct telephone calls in reporting legitimate concerns especially in the event of heavy call traffic.
To report an incident, log on to https://www.baguioinmypocket.ph and press the 911 button which will prompt the submission of a picture and details of the incident.
Concerns will be received by the command center operators and dispatched to appropriate offices after validation through a phone call to the source of the information with guarantee for protection of his/her identity.
The informant/complainant will also receive feedback from the command center on the status or action done on the report.
The 911 is open 24 hours a day. – Aileen P. Refuerzo