Superior Telegram: Van Hollen said it is his goal as attorney general (is) to get people involved in Wisconsin’s new Crime Alert Network … to solve crimes and protect communities. At present, the attorney general said, fewer than 1,000 people have signed up for crime alerts.
Van Hollen said the program, which costs $12 per year to join, can help businesses and individuals protect themselves against crime. The $12 annual fee means taxpayers aren’t funding the system.
Law enforcement officers issue alerts at no cost. To enroll or to learn more, go to www.wisconsincrimealert.gov.
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Code Name “Fear Mongering?”
J.B. Van Hollen’s Crime Alert Network is just what your typical concealed carry paranoid needs stay alive.