The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Wildlife Alert System is now using a safe and effective new system, developed by tip411, for submitting anonymous tips. The public can contact FWC Law Enforcement by downloading an easy-to-use iPhone or Android app: “FWC Wildlife Alert.”
The new tool will enable the public to anonymously communicate with members of FWC law enforcement via text, which will allow officers to receive the information they need to address violations more quickly and efficiently.
“We are excited to begin using the new tip411 system to connect the public and FWC law enforcement,” said Wildlife Alert Board Chair Virginia “Jenny” Brock. We believe in this digital age the text and app options will increase public safety and conservation efforts by encouraging more people to report violations.”
To report a violation, you can download the iPhone or Android “FWC Wildlife Alert” app from your phone’s app store. You can also send a text to 847411 with keyword “FWC” followed by the location and any information you can about the violation.
- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website: Wildlife Alert now using tip411 system for better communication
- Citrus-Daily.com: FWC’s Wildlife Alert now using tip411