Too often, persons with vital information about crimes fail to contact police because they fear retaliation or because they don’t want to testify in court. As a result many criminals who should be in jail are still walking the streets free to commit more crimes.
Crime Stop enables anyone to enlist in the war on crime simply by making an anonymous call to Crime Stop at 235-7867 with information that could lead to the arrest and indictment of criminals.
It works like this:
Call the toll-free Crime Stop at 235-7867 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Crime Stop operator will ask for information regarding any man, woman or home that has had their cars stolen or their belongings snatched so Crime Stop can monitor the crime running through the area.
Directly after the call, the Crime Stop operator may ask you to meet at a designated Crime Stop location as soon as possible. No information will be given until you meet at the location. And that’s it. As soon as you meet, the Crime Stop operator will read you a suspect description, which you are then given the opportunity to provide information on.
In the UK, phone calls to Crime Stop are free, and they operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year : 800-447-0011.
800-447-0011. In Germany, phone calls to Crime Stop are free, and they operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year: 0800543200.
What do these numbers suggest?
That the powers of police and prosecutors are on the ropes – no matter how extreme or illegal the crime – because the public resent their determination to punish people for being too stupid to respect the law.
For the aggrieved it is cheap and easy to call their elected representatives – who, if they read the police and prosecutors reports, are likely to do nothing, and in most cases are going to bend over backwards to appease the mob.
It’s as simple as that – and it deftly reminds readers that rather than taxi analysts, police generallists and internet poker players conducting multi-million dollar investigations we’re more likely to get a plaintive, much-realized complaint when someone has been charged with an alleged crime, and the prosecutor wants to ask for a promise that in future does not reach the community door.