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Free, anonymous and easy ways to report suspicious activity, tips and leads

  1. Download the iWATCH NEO app: http://www.iwatchneohio.com/ and bookmark the website on your computers.
  2. Report suspicious activity, tips and leads via the app or website, call or text, quick or detailed.
  3. Print posters for work, school or other places you frequent and share the word: http://iwatchneohio.com/pdfs/iwatchohio_english.qxd_NEORFC.pdf

Today the Northeast Ohio Regional Fusion Center and law enforcement agencies from across Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, and Lorain Counties launched iWATCH Northeast Ohio (NEO), a free and anonymous way to directly report suspicious activity, tips and leads.

Download the app now for all of your mobile devices, become familiar with all the ways you can report suspicious activity free and anonymously, and know how to use it when you need it:  http://www.iwatchneohio.com/.

iWATCH NEO is NOT a replacement for dialing 9-1-1 in an emergency. 

For any life-threatening emergency, please always dial 9-1-1.

iWATCH NEO is, however, a direct line to law enforcement. You can submit tips either anonymously or through a full detailed report. You may also live chat with police, submit photos, digital videos, and stay informed with local police in your area – all free and if you choose, anonymously. iWATCH NEO can be used for suspicious activity related to crime, terrorism, abuse, school violence, animal cruelty, and more.

If you see something, please, say something.  You have the right NOT to remain silent.

The iWATCH NEO program has been in the works for more than a year to ensure a smooth process and tools that can make a real difference.  Recent events in Cleveland and throughout the world only underscore the critical role of the community in reporting suspicious activity. That’s why multiple law enforcement agencies across Northeast Ohio will be actively participating. They include: Lorain County Sheriff’s Office, North Olmsted Police, Rocky River Police, Lakewood Police, Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office , Cleveland Police, Cleveland Hts. Police, Mentor Police, Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, CCC Campus Police, RTA-Police, Cleveland Clinic Police, CMHA Police, Cleveland MetroParks Rangers’ Office, Shaker Hts. Police and more.  We hope you will too.

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