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Peoria Police credit new technology, including tip411, for reduction of gun violence

The Peoria Police Department announced that overall statistics regarding gun violence last year were down compared to 2021, and that downturn reversed a three-year upward trend from 2019 to 2021.

Peoria Police Chief Eric Echevarria said the decline in shootings and homicides in 2022 can be attributed to several factors, including upgraded technology and its new anonymous tip tool, powered by tip411.

Mayor Rita Ali said, “This is no accident. Progress is being made,” she said. “Look at tip411 – we have already had more than 700 tips since that was started. That also factors into solving crime and building resident engagement.”

“It’s a different relationship now,” said Ali, who previously led the city’s police community relations commission. “I think that our new chief is helping to build more trust between communities and neighborhoods and police.”

Peoria residents can submit a tip via text message by texting the keyword PEORIAPD and then their tip and sending it to 847411

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Orangeburg, SC launches tip411 mobile app – allows public to submit tips

The Orangeburg Department of Public Safety is launching a new app to help residents connect directly to officers.

The new Orangeburg DPS mobile app, powered by tip411, is free to download and lets users find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their phone.

According to Chief of Orangeburg Police, Charles Austin, once a tip is submitted, an officer will respond — creating an anonymous two-way conversation.

“We believe in strong community relationships. And we believe this certainly will be another step toward improving our delivery of services. And we believe that the new app will help us work closely to our residents in terms of making our community as safe as it can be,” says Chief Austin.

Orangeburg residents can also submit a tip via text message by texting the keyword ODPS and then their tip and sending it to 847411. Residents can download the free Orangeburg DPS mobile app on the iPhone App Store or the Google Play Store.

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Indiana residents can now submit tips to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office

Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. is launching a new anonymous tip tool, powered by tip411. It’s part of an integrated plan to enhance the sharing of intelligence with all law enforcement agencies throughout the county.

The new service allows the public to share non-emergency public safety information anonymously. Officers will be able to respond, creating a two-way conversation. The tips are received in real-time and can be responded to in seconds.

“I’m excited to offer the citizens of Lake County more ways to report important information on crimes or suspicious activity. People will even be able to attach photos or video clips to their tip via text message,” said Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. “This platform allows citizens to engage with officers without sharing their identity.”

Send an anonymous tip to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office by texting the keyword LCSO and the tip to 847411 

Anyone with a cell phone may send an anonymous tip to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office by texting the keyword LCSO and the tip to 847411. Tips can also be submitted through the LCSO Tip mobile app, which are available for free on the iPhone or Android app stores.

“So, as we receive tips, we can distribute the information to the agencies that might be impacted.  It’s all part of a larger objective to assist all of the law enforcement agencies we work with to strengthen cooperation and a coordinated response,” said Sheriff Martinez.

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Anonymous Tips From tip411 Leads to Arrest of Fugitive Couple in Atlantic City

An anonymous tip submitted via tip411 to the Atlantic City Police Department resulted in the arrest of a man and a woman wanted in Pennsylvania and the recovery of a stolen handgun and drugs.

The anonymous tip stated that a white vehicle with Pennsylvania plates was carrying guns and drugs, ACPD Sgt. Paul Aristizabal said. The anonymous tipster also said the occupants were fugitives from Pennsylvania.

Later, Officer John Bell saw the vehicle and stopped it in the area of Missouri and Atlantic avenues, according to the report.

Inside the vehicle, officers found a loaded handgun reported stolen from Pennsylvania, Aristizabal said. It was fitted with a high-capacity magazine. Crack cocaine was also found in the vehicle.

To submit a tip to ACPD, text the keyword ACPD and your tip information to 847411. Tips are 100% anonymous – ACPD is interested in the information about illegal activity, not the person providing it.

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