Defense Against Crime

10/11/2011

You Can Help Fight Crime

It does not take a Bat Cave with a super computer, nor a fortress of Solitude and super power to help fight crime. All it really takes is vigilance, and a sense of responsibility. You can make a difference. You can actually be part of the solution to keeping your neighborhood, home and property safe by lending your EYES and EARS to your local law enforcement agency. If you see or suspect any suspicious or criminal activities – CALL THE POLICE Immediately.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” — Edmund Burke

Don’t spend all of your time in your house, peek out of your windows every now and again, or take a walk or drive through the neighrborhood. You should call the police ANYTIME and EVERYTIME you suspect that something is wrong, harmful, suspicious, dangerous, criminal or possible trouble (of any nature) has occurred, is occurring, or is about to occur. NO EXCEPTIONS. You must keep actively involved in your crime prevention efforts. Use of your EYES and EARS to observe and report suspicious or criminal activities in your community is of great importance, never underestimate your value or abilities as an individual to keep your community or residence safe and secure.

How Ro Report a Crime

  • Immediately CALL THE POLICE whenever you see a crime about to occur, occurring, or if it has occurred.
  • Tell the police, as factually as possible: what person(s), things and events are or have occurred. That is, briefly state the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, and WHY of the situation.
  • Give the best possible description of the suspects(s) you can. The suspects(s) name, sex, race, built, hair, eyes, clothes, marks, tattoos, scars, etc.
  • If a vehicle(s) is or was involved, give the best possible description of that vehicle(s) – color, make, model, year – and license plate number, etc.
  • If you have a cell phone and can take pictures without putting yourself in danger, then this could help.
  • DO EXACTLY AS THE POLICE INSTRUCT YOU TO DO OVER THE PHONE. Provide the police with any other data or assistance or information they desire.

Working with the Police

  • Tell only what you really know or have actually observed. If you are only estimating or generalizing tell the police that fact. If you are not sure about what you have observed or that you have received your information from another person(s) – also tell that to the police.
  • DO NOT EXAGGERATE your experience or observation; keep them as factual as possible.
  • Make yourself available for interviews, attend police line-ups, and don’t be afraid to identify the suspect(s) – but BE SURE OF THAT IDENTIFICATION.
  • If, after you have been interviewed by the police, you happen to remember or think of something about the crime or suspect that you did not tell them. IMMEDIATELY WRITE IT DOWN and call the police. Remember, the information you give the police may be one of the few things they will have to work with.
  • Fully cooperate with the police, the district or prosecuting attorney. Your testimony is vital in many cases for the conviction of criminals.

It is only by your active and continuous involvement that your community will become a better and safer place to live.

Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty

SEE ALSO

 

It’s OK to be a Nosey Neighbor

 

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1 Comment

  1. Hey

    Awesome Blog, I love this stuff. Have anymore great posts?

    Like

    Comment by josh — 27/11/2011 @ 6:02 AM


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