WRPD Crime Tip Hotline
Hot Line Operator

Pacifica, CA

#1 Jan 24, 2011
I would like to see the WRPD set up an anonymous hot line for citizens to call and report suspicious activity. There are many citizens that have legitament concerns but don't want to talk directly to an officer.
BigD

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Feb 15, 2011
and while we are at it we can get home land security on this to. and have neighbor watch neighbor with binoculars and they can write down all of their movement on a note pad... if you think some thing is up call the police that is what they are they for..we don't need a bunch of paranoid people calling a damn hot line funded by tax payer money
Little Bit

United States

#3 Feb 15, 2011
Get over it, just call the PD, especially the CHief and report suspecious activity. They will not get you involved and will appreciate your help.
Your Paranoid

United States

#4 Feb 15, 2011
BigD wrote:
and while we are at it we can get home land security on this to. and have neighbor watch neighbor with binoculars and they can write down all of their movement on a note pad... if you think some thing is up call the police that is what they are they for..we don't need a bunch of paranoid people calling a damn hot line funded by tax payer money
I think that you might be one of the people that would the police would end up getting calls on. You make yourself out to be a real hum dinger of a person. The hotline sounds like a good idea to me. The cost, well it would simply be adding a phone line and that's not a great deal of cost. Just think of the info that the police could get from those people that want to remain anonymous. You mentioned a neighborhood watch in a negative way. I guess that your not smart enough to realize that those watches that are in effect in other cities have lead to numerous arrests and also helps deter crime. Once again I believe you are one of the people that law breaking criminals or you wouldn't be so down on protecting the innocent.
info

United States

#5 Feb 16, 2011
They already have one on-line.
http://www.lawrencecountysheriffsoffice.com/c...
Common Interest

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Feb 16, 2011
A hot line is a good idea, but neighborhood watch is the best method ever come up with. We have had them in the past and they need to be reactivated. Who knows most about the goings on in a community than people who live there. That elderly person who takes a few blocks walk every day might be the best insurance you have.
Farmer

New Haven, CT

#8 Feb 19, 2011
The tips email for the sheriff's office is a great tool!!!!

The link is www.lawrencecountydheriffsoffice.com it's also got the counties most wanted on there too
think about it

Jonesboro, AR

#9 Mar 2, 2011
we should try it
BigD

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Mar 3, 2011
Your Paranoid wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that you might be one of the people that would the police would end up getting calls on. You make yourself out to be a real hum dinger of a person. The hotline sounds like a good idea to me. The cost, well it would simply be adding a phone line and that's not a great deal of cost. Just think of the info that the police could get from those people that want to remain anonymous. You mentioned a neighborhood watch in a negative way. I guess that your not smart enough to realize that those watches that are in effect in other cities have lead to numerous arrests and also helps deter crime. Once again I believe you are one of the people that law breaking criminals or you wouldn't be so down on protecting the innocent.
I'm a law breaking criminal really ? You can read minds huh?
I have never been to jail in my life dumb ass.

The U. S. Constitution contains no express right to privacy. The Bill of Rights, however, reflects the concern of James Madison and other framers for protecting specific aspects of privacy, such as the privacy of beliefs (1st Amendment), privacy of the home against demands that it be used to house soldiers (3rd Amendment), privacy of the person and possessions as against unreasonable searches (4th Amendment), and the 5th Amendment's privilege against self-incrimination, which provides protection for the privacy of personal information. In addition, the Ninth Amendment states that the "enumeration of certain rights" in the Bill of Rights "shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by the people." The meaning of the Ninth Amendment is elusive, but some persons (including Justice Goldberg in his Griswold concurrence) have interpreted the Ninth Amendment as justification for broadly reading the Bill of Rights to protect privacy in ways not specifically provided in the first eight amendments.

now according to you no one has the right to privacy . according to you we should all spy on our neighbors. according to you the police is not enough. so you want to play cop huh ? you wanna decide which of your neighbors is bad and good huh ? you just want to take the law into your own hands huh ?

I know people like your self are against freedom of speech and against right to privacy. you sound like you want to turn hoxie/walnut ridge into nazi germany. that is why I'm against it.....

read the bible man. you are walking right into it

Matthew 10:21 And the brother shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child: and the children shall rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death.

what you described is what the antichrist will use in the end. he will have citizens spy on other citizens and even against there own family. and you have just stated you want this to happen

Wow

United States

#11 Mar 3, 2011
I know what you mean Big D! It is ridiculous to tie up our cops with the petty neighbor B.S. If someone is not harming you or your family, who gives a crap! I say people are all up in everyone's business WAY to much. Neighborhood watch is good if you want to be in the know, but seriously how many murders have you witnessed lately. People just don't do that in the open. Stealing maybe but I doubt it. I have a better idea. Lets stop worrying so much about drugs, let the people kill off if they want. Arrest them only when kids are involved or violent crime. Other than that they can drop over dead if they like.....that's their freedom. Then our cops can stop the being the DEA and focus on preventing.......something like CHILD ABUSE or RAPE. I personally don't use drugs, not because they are bad, because it's not worth risking losing my home or family. My point is, morals are something we have or don't have. No amount of police will enforce morals, just create better criminals.

http://www.reconsider.org/about/news_clips/ju...
drugs

United States

#12 Mar 3, 2011
You are right you little crimes try and deal with but drugs? If we can catch them before they get to our kids wouldn't that be better? I will tell you if I found out my child was doing them and I knew who gave them to her I would hurt them! And yes rape should have bad pushment. Like death same with hurting a child. I feel if you are guilty of hurting a child you should die. JMO but I think it is crazy how people get away with it.
Hank

United States

#13 Mar 3, 2011
BigD wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a law breaking criminal really ? You can read minds huh?
I have never been to jail in my life dumb ass.
The U. S. Constitution contains no express right to privacy. The Bill of Rights, however, reflects the concern of James Madison and other framers for protecting specific aspects of privacy, such as the privacy of beliefs (1st Amendment), privacy of the home against demands that it be used to house soldiers (3rd Amendment), privacy of the person and possessions as against unreasonable searches (4th Amendment), and the 5th Amendment's privilege against self-incrimination, which provides protection for the privacy of personal information. In addition, the Ninth Amendment states that the "enumeration of certain rights" in the Bill of Rights "shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by the people." The meaning of the Ninth Amendment is elusive, but some persons (including Justice Goldberg in his Griswold concurrence) have interpreted the Ninth Amendment as justification for broadly reading the Bill of Rights to protect privacy in ways not specifically provided in the first eight amendments.
now according to you no one has the right to privacy . according to you we should all spy on our neighbors. according to you the police is not enough. so you want to play cop huh ? you wanna decide which of your neighbors is bad and good huh ? you just want to take the law into your own hands huh ?
I know people like your self are against freedom of speech and against right to privacy. you sound like you want to turn hoxie/walnut ridge into nazi germany. that is why I'm against it.....
read the bible man. you are walking right into it
Matthew 10:21 And the brother shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child: and the children shall rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death.
what you described is what the antichrist will use in the end. he will have citizens spy on other citizens and even against there own family. and you have just stated you want this to happen
Your a flamin idiotic crackhead that has way too much time on your hands.
concern

Jonesboro, AR

#14 Mar 14, 2011
He speak the truth

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