The Safer Dallas Better Dallas website provides you with access to a unique crime fighting tool through collaboration with Project Safe Kids. Whenever you visit our site, you are instantly linked into the local Amber Alert system. This means that when an Amber Alert is released in North Texas, a real time ticker will appear on your screen listing the details of the kidnapping, allowing you to stay informed and aware.
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Subscribers to this site will receive free text messages on their phone whenever an Amber Alert is announced.
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Do you want to know what crimes are happening around you? Do you want to analyze crime in your area, identify crime hotspots or even learn when crimes occur? RAIDSONLINE, powered by Bair Analytics is the website for you. You determine how often and when you get your alerts. RAIDSONLINE, sponsored by the Dallas Police Department, is also available for iPhone and Android devices.
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Citizens are the “eyes and ears” of the community. Crime Watch focuses on the individuals that live or work in our communities, working together in cooperation with the Dallas Police Department. The Crime Watch program is a community based program that’s been proven to deter crime. Crime Watch is a group of neighbors working together along with law enforcement agencies and local organizations in a community-wide effort to reduce residential crime. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE ]
The North Texas Crime Stoppers pays rewards for anonymous tips and forwards that information to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
The North Texas Crime Commission (formerly the Greater Dallas Crime Commission) was established in 1950. They believe proper enforcement and enlightened prevention can be achieved through a comprehensive and cooperative effort involving concerned citizens and law enforcement.
They also provide a forum for the exchange of information between local law enforcement and federal agencies such as the F.B.I., D.E.A. and the U.S. Marshals service.