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Duluth MN Police Department Finds Successful Identification of Suspect with tip411

Duluth, MN Police Department (121 sworn officers) have had multiple success stories with identifying individuals who are suspected of a crime with the help of the community through the tip411 tool. 

The surrounding community of Duluth was able to help identify the individual seen in this photo who was wanted after fleeing from a stolen red Dodge Durango through the tip411 tool.

 

Duluth PD also released another public notice requesting the assistance of the surrounding community to help identify the individual who was the owner of the shown truck. Duluth Police Department Identify Suspect

This truck was wanted for questioning about the stolen trailer and ice house it is shown to be connected to.  

tip411 is proven to help increase community engagement, reduce crime, and close cases such as these. 

The public can submit anonymous tips to the Duluth Police Department by texting “DPDTIP” and the tip information to 847411. The public can also use the DPDTIP Tip mobile app, powered by tip411, to view community alerts and submit anonymous tips. The DPDTIP Tip app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes and Google Play App Store.

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McComb Police Department Unveils tip411 Anonymous Tip Tool to Fight Crime

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McComb, MS Police Department (20 sworn officers) has partnered with tip411, a powerful crime-fighting tool used in over 2,000 communities, to reduce crime and improve community engagement.

Through the tool, McComb PD helps residents connect directly to the agency to find information, view alerts, and submit tips directly from their phone. 

“The mission of the McComb Police Department is to improve the quality of life in our city, but this goal will only be accomplished through the cooperative efforts of the police department and the community,” said McComb Police Chief Juan Cloy. “By working together, we can maintain the peace, provide safety and security for our citizens and reduce the fear of crime. We believe our new McComb MS PD app from tip411 will help us do just that by working together with our community members.”

The new McComb MS PD app enables the public to share an anonymous tip with police and lets officers respond back to the individual to create an anonymous two-way conversation.

“We’ve listened to feedback from partners like McComb Police and have built a more advanced and innovative product to help departments better engage their communities,” said tip411 President Terry Halsch. “The McComb MS PD app, powered by tip411, will greatly improve the public’s access to agency alerts, social media channels, important information, and more to help fight crime.”

The public can submit anonymous tips to the McComb Police Department by texting “MCCOMBPD” and the tip information to 847411. The public can also use the MCCOMBPD Tip mobile app, powered by tip411, to view community alerts and submit anonymous tips. The MCCOMBPD Tip app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes and Google Play App Store.

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tip411 Tip Leads to Arrest of Theft Suspect by Washington County Sheriff

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Through the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (86 sworn officers) partnership with the tip411 tool a suspect accused of stealing a package off a porch was apprehended.

WCSO published photos from the homeowner’s security camera showing an individual picking up a package from the porch and leaving in a silver sport utility vehicle with an obscured license plate.

“Within a couple of hours, a citizen contacted WCSO via the tip411 tool to identify the man in the photos. Deputies were then able to narrow down his location and take him into custody for theft,” a news release said.

After the suspect was captured records revealed that the individual also had three active arrest warrants in a different county.

The public can submit anonymous tips to the Washington County, TN Sheriff’s Office by texting “WCSO” and the tip information to 847411. The public can also use the WCSO Tip mobile app, powered by tip411, to view community alerts and submit anonymous tips. The WCSO Tip app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes and Google Play App Store.

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Tip-driven Investigation Through tip411 Results in 13 Asheville Arrests for Gun, Drug Offenses

13 Arrested for Gun and Drug Charges Asheville Police Department
13 Arrested for Gun and Drug Charges Asheville Police Department

Asheville Police Department (200 sworn officers) recently announced the success of their partnership with the tip411 tool, an anonymous tip application that has been proven to reduce crime and increase community engagement. 

Dena J. King, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina unveiled the arrest of 13 individuals on gun violence and drug trafficking in a press release.

Captain Joe Silberman of Asheville PD emphasized that they were about to continuously move forward in this case with the help of not just ATF, but also the community. He added that the community played a big part in helping with the case through the anonymous tip line.

“When our streets are plagued with drugs and illegal guns, our communities pay the price,” said U.S. Attorney King in a press release. “The charges announced today are the result of our concerted efforts with our law enforcement partners to remove drugs and illegal guns from our neighborhoods and reduce the violence and criminal activity fueled by the drug trade. We are stronger together. When we join forces, our crime reduction efforts are more effective and we can better protect our citizens and vulnerable communities from dangerous drugs and gun-induced violence.”

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The public can submit anonymous tips to the Asheville PD by texting “TIP2APD” and the tip information to 847411. The public can also use the APD Tip mobile app, powered by tip411, to view community alerts and submit anonymous tips. The APD Tip app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes and Google Play App Store.

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West Fargo Unveils Anonymous Tip Tool: tip411

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West Fargo Police Department, ND (76 sworn officers) partners up with the tip411 tool to help reduce crime and improve community engagement.

“This app is another example of the department’s commitment to provide the services our community needs and embrace innovative tactics to support public safety,” Chief Pete Nielsen said. “The addition of the tip411 app helps us achieve that goal by providing residents with a safe, easy, and secure way to provide our department with information.”

The app allows the public to share an anonymous tip with police and lets designated staff members respond to create an anonymous two-way conversation.

“We’ve listened to feedback from partners like West Fargo Police and have built a more advanced and innovative product to help departments better engage their communities,” tip411 President Terry Halsch said. “The West Fargo PD app, powered by tip411, will greatly improve the public’s access to agency alerts, social media channels, important information, and more to help fight crime.”

The public can submit anonymous tips to the West Fargo PD by texting “WFPD” and the tip information to 847411. The public can also use the WFPD Tip mobile app, powered by tip411, to view community alerts and submit anonymous tips. The WFPD Tip app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes and Google Play App Store.

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