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  • Chilean app turns citizens into heroes
  • Chilean app turns citizens into heroes
    Sabino Aguad ©
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Chilean app turns citizens into heroes

Despite some of the lowest crime rates in the region, Chileans fear crime more than any of their Latin American neighbours. CityHero lets them take security into their own hands  by helping members of the public collaborate to solve civic issues.

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