19 Action News has discovered new way, to report things to police without giving up your identity.
We told you it was coming last month now, a new APP is available to download.
Its called the iWatch North East Ohio APP -- a free and anonymous way to see something and say something.
The iWatch is one of a couple of new ideas moving forward from what happened on Seymour Avenue.
"I had nightmares about this. I had nightmares I failed to find these girls in this spot I should've found, and this is ten years ago," said Officer Keith Sulzer, 2nd District Commander.
Commander Keith Sulzer let the crowd knows he's taking offense to accusations that police didn't do enough to find the three women.
"To criticize un on unsubstantiated rumors, innuendo, lies it's just incredible," said Officer Sulzer.
So the commander announced a new initiative.
Because of what happened on Seymour it's time to see more.
Two or three times a year he wants volunteers to canvas the area with filers of the missing.
"Everyone that said we didn't do enough, you have a chance now to join us," said Officer Sulzer.