Abstract: Women's safety is a growing issue in India and beyond. A major problem with the police handling of these cases is their limited ability to respond quickly to emergency calls. These restrictions include not knowing the location of the crime or being completely ignorant of the crime. For victims, it is difficult to contact the police safely and discreetly. To remove these limitations, this white paper introduces a mobile application called WoSApp (Women's Safety App). It provides a reliable way for women to make emergency calls to the police. The user can easily and discreetly trigger the call function by explicitly manipulating her UI of the application by simply shaking the phone or pressing the on-screen panic button.A message containing the user's geographic location and contact details from a pre-selected emergency contact list is immediately sent to the police. This white paper describes the application, its development and technical implementation.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12248

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