The Police Department understands that coming forward with information can often be difficult. We make every effort to protect our sources’ identity. Information that we receive from the public is a vital investigative tool. We often have several questions about the information that you provide and find that it works best if we are able to speak to you directly.
WHEN REPORTING A CRIME, IT IS ALWAYS HELPFUL TO TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS:
Suspect Information: name, date of birth, sex, race, hair color, height, weight, clothing, facial hair, tattoos, scars.
Involved vehicle: license plate, make, model, year, color, number of doors, damage, stickers, other distinguishing marks.
Time of day and frequency of events are also important.