Obtaining crime information can be a challenge
Atlanta Journal Constitution - GA, USA
Several county departments, including Clayton, Cobb and Gwinnett, generally limit access to reports on a specific incident or for a specific address. ...
Gwinnett County reports available for 25 cents a page at any precinct 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Homeowner or civic groups can request crime statistics based on a specific location or street, but not by neighborhood, for free by calling 770-513-5215 or e-mailing email@example.com.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Getting information on crimes
It's understandable that police departments would want to keep a lot of details under wraps. Sure, I'd like to have it all to post here, but I'd rather let the police do their jobs than distract them by expecting them to give me every detail. I also wouldn't want the police to compromise investigations and convictions.
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