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A small group of people is causing a bunch of habit in our community and when they get out the first thing I want them to see is a city of South Fulton police officer attend tonight a call from the new top cop to crack down on criminals terrorizing one part of metro Atlanta Chief Keith meadows was sworn in tonight as the head of the silt South Fulton Police Department tonight he sat down with Fox 5's Jaclyn Schultz to discuss his plans in Jaqueline the chief wants to really tackle the repeat offenders in the community yeah he tells me that car break-ins home break-ins those property crimes are some of the biggest issues facing the city the issue is not just arresting them because he says they do but after they bond out keeping an eye on them property damage young people that are doing the crimes as residents voice their crime concerns the new police chief of the city of South Fulton says it's his job to crack down on the criminals responsible we've seen a lot of property crimes taking place in the city of South Fulton and obviously that's been concerning to our citizenry a lot of our repeat offenders we're arresting people constantly and they keep getting out of jail Chief Keith meadows tells FOX five in a sit-down interview from home break-ins car break-ins slider crimes the thieves responsible are repeat offenders keep a close watch on those individuals a small group of people that's causing a bunch of habit in our community and when they get out the first thing I want them to see is a city of South Fulton police officers Wednesday night the city swore in more officers bringing the total to 95 the chief has allowed 150 to medow says he'll keep hiring to boost police presence catch criminals and keep an eye on them Oh 105 school mice it's a it's a huge footprint and so having more police officers just to cover the geography

FAQ

How do I find out who called the police on me?
It's actually a fairly simple process.With the exception of a few types of calls, every 911 call is a matter of public record. You need only head down to the law enforcement agency in question, and speak to whoever is in charge of record keeping. Give them a time frame, and your address, and they should be able to look up the event screen for that 911 call. They can provide you with both a printout of the dispatchers screen, and a copy of the actual 911 conversation.One caveat though. Oft times, folks who dial 911 choose to remain anonymous. In that case, on the dispatcher screen, that is what will be entered, rather than the complainants name. Unless it is a serious call, the dispatcher will not try to get any personal details from the caller, at that point. Still, the call screen and 911 tape may hold valuable clues which can help you figure it out, such as, “my house is directly behind where the loud music is coming from”.Good luck.
Can I fill out a police report online for a stolen vehicle so I don't have to go up to the police department here in Tulsa, Oklahoma?
No.Says who? The website for Tulsa PD that I found in a couple of seconds using Google.It says stolen vehicle reports will not be accepted online. It says to call the stated phone number to have an officer sent to your location. It does appear to be a pretty clear answer. See the link.Report a Crime OnlineI was a Police Officer in Oklahoma. We always required someone to come in, show ID and ownership documents if there was any question then sign the report. Why? If someone decided to lodge a report of a stolen vehicle as revenge or for any reason that was not legitimate, it could place someone in serious danger. If any law enforcement saw a vehicle entered into NCIC as stolen they must take precautions as if a dangerous person is in possession of it. The FBI maintains the NCIC system and their criteria must be met before a vehicle gets entered.National Crime Information Center (NCIC)This is not a boyfriend or roommate who borrowed it and is late coming back or a teen breaking a family rule situation, but reporting a stolen vehicle that could be with a real criminal who may have it to escape after a robbery, murder or anything else. A high risk stop will be done in most cases and multiple guns would be pointed at people. This is serious, life and death stuff. Mess around and make a false report and it won't simply be the local police on your case.Do you think taking an online report from someone who doesn't feel like making the effort to do a stolen vehicle report in person is a good idea? How can they ensure that the reporting party is the owner and not some trollish jerk who doesn't mind placing lives in danger to get his kicks? If it was you and your family at gunpoint in the dark being made to get prone in the street, would you be okay with that being done on the basis of an online report? I surely would not be okay with it.
How do I file a police report online?
Usually the website for your local jurisdiction will have an interface for this. Not all of them do, however. In many instances you will have to have a face-to-face conversation with a police officer. Depending on the severity of the crime being reported, you may also need to speak with a detective. If it is something minor, a call to dispatch/911 may suffice.
Can I file a police report online without having to go to the police station?
It varies, but in the U.S. I don’t know of a single police, sheriff’s deputy, state police, state highway patrol that allows filing a criminal complaint online.Why? To much liability for fake, fraud, SWAT filings.Indeed people have been SWATTED and killed and the police at fault.SWAT is where some gamer calls the police using fake id, fake phone number and sends the SWAT team to some opposing players house and have gotten home owners killed, The SWAT team went to the wrong house and opened fire on the homeowner.You must go in, so they front desk can interview you and take your report.BTW, it’s a Felony to file a false complaint and a separate felony to give a false statement to the police. This is why they make you go into the police station.You must sign the compliant under “penalty of perjury” a felony, and 3 years in jail in California.if you like this answer please give me an upvote below - Thanks
I pulled a knife out on my brother. How do I file a police report to send me to jail for life?
Well it would take much more than that to go for life. This would likely just cost you a lot of money and be a long drawn out process.By the way, filing a false police report is a felony too. I would be more blunt about your agenda. Whatever your agenda may be, don't try to set someone up for a crime they didn't commit. If your agenda really is to go to prison, don't cause some innocent person to be victim to you.
How long can someone wait to file a police report after being threatened?
Usually, there s a statute of limitations on such things. The only ones that don’t have this are murder and kidnapping, at least that I know of.However, unless you are good in bed or wealthy, the police won’t do much on a threat. It’s about your place in society today.Growing up, it was pretty common for people to say things that SOUND like a threat but weren’t. It was hard to tell what was a threat and wasn’t at times. So, the police ignored 90% of them until something was actually done. Then, of course, it’s too late.Today, well, it’s about money even more. If you’re the “right person,” you can press charges on almost anyone lesser than you. I know one female who talked to an attorney, after sleeping with him (and his wife didn’t know) and pressed charges against a man who did not threaten her. The attorney pulled some strings with the Sheriff’s Department and they cooked up a great story against the guy. Given the reputation of the department, it’s not surprising, really. They said he threatened her, which he did not, planned to blow up her school (where she went 30 years before), was suicidal, when he wasn’t, and so on. She had the money to hire a lowlife attorney who would lie for her, the police to protect her rich butt, and it made money for the department AND the state by pressing false charges. It ruined the man’s life all because she had a personal grudge against him, from 30 years before. Of course, the department had a personal issue with him too, so it was win-win all around.Now, if she had tried it with anyone else, it wouldn’t have worked. The police would have looked at it and laughed it off, like they do rape and so many other things. Sadly, I’ve seen this happen and you cannot get the PD or SD investigated and you can’t sue them in court and expect to win. There are a half dozen sexual harassment cases pending now, and none of them will go anywhere. I was even told about one rape case where the officer pleaded guilty and didn’t go to prison!In our schools, even pointing at someone can be a threat today, but that’s in a prison-like schools. In my day, knives were carried and even used and half of the time no charges were pressed! The same system applied, more or less, about your position in society.IF you go that instant, there is a slim chance they will do something. If it’s press worthy, then all the better.An example is a recent murder. The police KNEW the man was dangerous and his wife told them he was dangerous and threatened her. Repeatedly. All they did was tell her to go to court and get a restraining order against him. That’s it. We buried her after he broke into her apartment and killed her. Unlike the other man, above who was just a year before, the police had nothing to gain.Another man, really a snot nosed punk, threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend with his handgun, which he had a CCW for, nightly at work in front of a dozen witnesses. To me, this would have been something to investigate, but they refused. This one, however, is a born again coward and was just talking big, but it was still threatening a woman’s life and he had a weapon he carried with him everywhere.As I have said, our police are nothing more than glorified tax collectors today. If they have a personal grudge with someone, or can make money, then they will gladly act. Otherwise, they laugh it off and do something more important, like playing video games or watching porn with this mistress. Now, if you’re the mayor or his daughter, even a cross stare will net prison time.As always, you’re on your own.If it’s been a while, the odds are that this person won’t do anything to you and was just running off at the mouth. Still, document it. If they harass you, keep notes, report calls to the phone company, and so on. Once you have enough evidence, you should be able to get the police to do something. Restraining orders are pointless as no one obeys them. If you have one, and the threat shows up, you can call the police and have them enforce it, but it’s only temporary. But, with enough evidence, you might get him/her for stalking, a more serious “crime.” Even then, the system only seems to favor the rich and white over the poor and dark.