Keep your community safe!
Individuals who use illicit drugs are more likely to commit crimes, and it is common for many offenses, including violent crimes, to be committed by individuals who had used drugs or alcohol prior to committing the crime, or who were using at the time of the offense.
Those statements backed up by qualified statistics.
What are the warning signs
of drug activity in the neighborhood?
Excessive foot traffic to and from a house or property
Loitering in or around a house
Frequent and unusual traffic patterns such as: Stop – Enter – Leave
Traffic frequently stops and a resident comes out and talks briefly with occupants of car
Threats or intimidation connected to a residence
Open exchange of drugs and money
Gang activity in the neighborhood
Graffiti on structures in the area
Sudden increase in criminal activity
If you observe this, contact Law Enforcement or Crime Stoppers