Do you want to know the most valuable information to leave when reporting a crime on the sheriff tip line?
Are you a concerned about something in our community but don’t know how you can really help?
Do you want to know the difference between suspicious behavior/activity and when you are just blessed with a “slightly weird” neighbor?
Are you curious how you might help local law enforcement “build” a potential case which may eventually lead to an arrest?
Are you interested in working with other members of your neighborhood to form a watch and protection group? Do you know where to go to find yours?
Did you know the number one way to keep drugs out of Lopez is to take an active role in the safety of our community? Do you know how you can become involved?
Do you want to know when to call 911 directly and when you should leave a message on the sheriff tip line?
Did you know the sheriff cannot arrest a person or search a resident based solely on anonymous information?
A Town Hall Meeting will be held with members of local law enforcement on Thursday, March 29, 7–8:30 p.m. at Lopez Center. The purpose of this open community meeting is to answer questions and discuss how to report crime on Lopez. For further information please contact Georgeana Cook 360-468-3770 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please plan on attending this important meeting a first of three meetings, the second of which will be in May and the third in June. (Different information will be given at each meeting!)
This meeting will deal directly with communicating with law enforcement and finding others who have similar concerns as you.