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    Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanism that people can use to report any of a wide variety of crimes rather than specializing in reports regarding a particular type of criminal activity.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Allentown Police DepartmentPreserve the public peace and order, to protect life and property and to enforce the laws of the United States, Pennsylvania and the City of Allentown.LehighAllentown Police DepartmentCity of Allentown
    Bethlehem Police DepartmentPolice DepartmentNorthamptonBethlehem Police DepartmentCity of Bethlehem
    Citizens Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley - TipLineFor several years the Commission has striven to implement its CAMPUS CRIMEBUSTERS program in schools throughout the Delaware Valley. We recognized the grave potential for devastating disruption to the education of our young people that might result from school related crime. Unfortunately, it took the disasters at Columbine High and Jonesboro, Arkansas to focus the world’s attention on this problem. However, those tragedies created an atmosphere of interest for information about the CAMPUS CRIMEBUSTERS program. We first installed the program in a Bucks County school. A $1,000 reward was offered for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for repeated bomb threats against the District. Within 24 hours of broadcast of the reward on TV, the perpetrator was in police custody. A juvenile, he was sentenced to Boot Camp and his parents were invoiced for the emergency response costs. We now have over 200 schools involved in the program, and receive inquiries on a daily basis. Bringing safety and reassurance to Delaware Valley school children and school staff helps to foster an improved educational environment which benefits everyone for years to come. HOW IT WORKS We are in partnership with WPVI-TV6 in the Delaware Valley. WPVI reports crimes on the CRIMEFIGHTERS report on Tuesdays at 11 PM and repeats it on Wednesdays at 5 PM. Calls are taken by trained operators, and always with the callers safety at the top of the list. We take pride in our anonymity guarantee. We at the Commission want to make a difference by helping law enforcement, but NOT at our callers expense. When a caller calls the TIPLINE at 215-546-TIPS (8477) operators will ask questions pertaining to the crime. If it was reported on WPVI-TV6, the operator will probably be familiar with the case. If the information was not previously given, or can add to the case, the caller will receive a seven digit code number and may qualify for a reward if one is posted on that particular crime. At no time will the operator ask for the callers name, phone number or address. Remember, YOU MUST CALL THE COMMISSION’S TIPLINE TO QUALIFY FOR REWARDS!! PhiladelphiaThe Citizens Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley - Philadelphia; Center CityCitizens Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley
    City of Lancaster - Bureau of PoliceCity police that is responsible for enforcing all laws and ordinances. Community Policing and Crime Prevention: Occurs within 12 districts of the City of Lancaster. Community police officers will act as a liaison between community leaders and police and work to solve problems specific to their neighborhoods. Services beyond those of normal enforcement procedures include: - Participation in school workshops - Community resource programs - Safety programs for students - Counseling, upon request, for students considered at risk for legal involvement Animal Law Enforcement: City Dog Law Enforcement Officer picks up stray dogs and other animals, enforces city animal control regulations and investigates incidents involving animal bites. Issues temporary no parking signs. Issuing business licenses: For pawnbrokers, antique or second-hand dealers, junk dealers or recycling centers, vendors or peddlers and transient merchants LancasterCity of Lancaster - Bureau of PoliceCity of Lancaster - Department of Public Safety
    City of York, York Police DepartmentThe mission of the York City Police Department is to exist to serve all people within our jurisdiction with respect, fairness and compassion. We are committed to the prevention of crime, and the protection of life and property; the preservation of peace, order, and safety; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees. The Community Services Division of the York City Police Department is located at York City Police Headquarters. The Alert Network allows the York City Police Department to instantly update you about crimes, emergencies, and other important innformation. All Alerts are delivered via e-mail and are also available via text message on your cell phone. YorkYork Police DepartmentCity of York
    District Attorney, Row Officers - York CountyARD Program: The ARD Program (Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition) is a pre-trial diversionary program administered by the District Attorney's Office. After the preliminary hearing is held or waived a defendant may file an application in the District Attorney's Office. Private Complaints: With the exception of private bad check complaints, the District Attorney's office must approve all Private Complaints involving either a misdemeanor or felony. A private complaint is one brought by a citizen either without police involvement or where the police declined to get involved. Private Summary citations (minor offenses such as harassment) which are not accepted by a Magisterial District Justice also require approval by the District Attorney. Victim/Witness Assistance: It is the responsibility of the Victim/Witness Unit to ensure that victims are provided the rights as defined under the Prosecutor's Responsibilities of the Crime Victims Bill of Rights (Act 111 of 1998). PA SAVIN: The Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification System (SAVIN) is available to anyone who wants to know when an inmate is released from a county or state prison. Registrations are anonymous and can be done on line or by phone. The web site to register is www.vinelink.com or toll free at 1-866-847-1298. If you have any questions or need assistance to register, please call our office at 717-771-9956.YorkYork County Row OfficersCounty Administration, York County Government
    Drug Enforcement Task ForceAccepts and investigates any kind of suspicious drug activity, including a street deal or suspicious activity at a neighbors' house. The information will assist the task force in its investigations. All tips are anonymous and confidential.LancasterLancaster County District Attorney's Office - ProsecutionCounty of Lancaster
    Easton Police DepartmentServes and protect the City of Easton by providing the highest quality police services that are responsive to the needs of the communityNorthamptonEaston Police DepartmentCity of Easton
    FraudNETInvestigates reports of any fraud, abuse, or waste of federal monies within federal programs. Does NOT handle complaints about misuse of Medicare, welfare or food stamp monies. FraudNETFraudNET
    Lancaster County District AttorneyThe District Attorney's office acts as a prosecuting service for the State. Attorneys prosecute persons charged with crimes by police and offer legal counsel to police departments only, not to private persons. The District Attorney serves on the Prison Board and chairs the Victim/Witness Policy Board. There are 28 Assistant District Attorneys with special areas of concentration, such as sexual assault, white collar crime, child abuse and domestic violence. In cooperation with state and local police, the District Attorney's Office administers the Lancaster County Drug Enforcement Task Force. The Task Force accepts and investigates reports of drug sales or trafficking through the use of a 24-hour toll-free hotline. The District Attorney's Office formed the Child Abuse Cadre to train representatives from area police departments to become specialists in investigating child abuse cases. Accept reports of animal abuse in Lancaster County via an email tipline. Anyone who sees evidence of animal cruelty is asked to send details on the situation to animalabuse@co.lancaster.pa.us Website where crime victims or witnesses can report a crime with the assurance of complete anonymity. www.victimpower.org NOT open to the public. Contact: Craig W. Stedman LancasterLancaster County District Attorney's Office - ProsecutionCounty of Lancaster
    Lebanon City PoliceLaw enforcement agencyLebanonLebanon City Police DepartmentLebanon City Police Department
    Lebanon County District Attorney's Office - Crime StoppersDedicated to fighting crime in our local community. All tipsters remain anonymous and could be eligible for a case reward.LebanonLebanon County District Attorney's OfficeLebanon County District Attorney's Office
    Lebanon County District Attorney's Office - Lebanon County Drug Task ForceInvestigate individuals and organizations involved in narcotics trafficking, the seizure of assets acquired through narcotics trafficking and the promotion of coordinated narcotics enforcement efforts among various law enforcement agencies within the county.LebanonLebanon County District Attorney's OfficeLebanon County District Attorney's Office
    Mifflin County District AttorneyWe are committed to enforcing the law by investigating and aggressively prosecuting criminal activity throughout Mifflin county. We seek justice in our courts, recommend appropriate punishment for those who commit crimes, and provide competent assistance to victims of crime. In doing so, we ensure that justice is done in a fair, effective and efficient manner.MifflinMifflin County District AttorneyMifflin County District Attorney
    Pennsylvania Crime StoppersA volunteer organization of local citizens and business people dedicated to the reduction of crime, to the prompt solution of crimes, and to rewarding persons who provide information that leads to the arrest of criminals.DauphinPennsylvania Crime StoppersPennsylvania State Police
    Pennsylvania State Police - Troop J LancasterResponsibilities include: - Investigation of criminal activities - Investigation of vehicle accidents - Promote traffic safety, enforce statutes, eliminate traffic hazards and encourage motorists to practice safe driving techniques. - Assistance in locating missing persons - Community presentations on traffic safety and crime-related subjects - Liquor Control Enforcement Hotline is used to report underage drinking on licensed or unlicensed premises. All reports, anonymous or otherwise, will be investigated. - Sponsors Camp Cadet for Lancaster County youth ages 11 - 13 years. A week long residential summer camp program which gives youth an opportunity to know and learn about law enforcement activities. Additional Telephone Numbers: 877.726.6378: Hotline to report suspected drug trafficking 888.UNDER.21 (863.3721): To anonymously report underage drinking parties or businesses distributing alcohol to minors (Legal drinking age in PA is 21 yrs.) 866.426.9164: 24-hour hotline to complain about or compliment troopers or other state police employees 888.292.1919: To report homeland security or terrorism tips LancasterPennsylvania State Police - Troop J LancasterPennsylvania State Police
    Pennsylvania State Police - Troop M BethlehemTo provide police services and assistance to other law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth. These services range from laboratory testing to specialized training – all with the goal of keeping our communities as safe as possible. Troop M / Bethlehem: 2930 Airport Road, Bethlehem, PA 18017-2149 Troop M / Fogelsville: 8320 Schantz Road, Breinigsville, PA 18031 Troop M / Belfast: 654 Bangor Road, Nazareth, PA 18064 NorthamptonPennsylvania State Police - Troop M BethlehemPennsylvania State Police
    State Police - HamburgResponsibilities include: - Investigation of criminal activities - Investigation of vehicle accidents - Promote traffic safety, enforce statutes, eliminate traffic hazards and encourage motorists to practice safe driving techniques. - Assistance in locating missing persons - Community presentations on traffic safety and crime-related subjectsBerksState Police - HamburgPennsylvania State Police
    State Police - ReadingResponsibilities include: - Investigation of criminal activities - Investigation of vehicle accidents - Promote traffic safety, enforce statutes, eliminate traffic hazards and encourage motorists to practice safe driving techniques. - Assistance in locating missing persons - Community presentations on traffic safety and crime-related subjectsBerksState Police - ReadingPennsylvania State Police
    We Tip HotlineTakes anonymous tips and leads concerning crimes and fraud. Pays rewards up to $1000 anonymously using codes and case numbers. Takes tips regarding: - Any crime - Hit and run drivers - School bullying - Drugs - Arson - Violence - Welfare/benefits fraud - Insurance fraud - Corporate fraud PO Box 1296, Rancho Cucamonga CA (We Tip Hotline)We Tip
    York County Crime StoppersReport Tips Regarding An Unsolved Crime And Underage Drinking. Cash Reward For Resolutions Determined By The Board On A Case-By-Case Basis. Callers Are Assigned A Number In Order To Remain Anonymous.YorkYork County Crime StoppersYork County Crime Stoppers

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