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Grant County Sheriff's Office Establishes Crimetips E-Mail For Citizens

EPHRATA, Wash. - Grant County Sheriff Tom Jones today announced his office has established a new email address for citizens to send crime information to the Sheriff's Office.

The email address crimetips@co.grant.wa.us is intended to open a dialog with citizens regarding crime in Grant County.

"The Crimetips email address is for our customers to communicate with us, and for us to communicate back to them," said Jones. "We want to hear about what our customers see, hear or know about crime or suspected crime in their communities, and we want our customers to know we are listening."

Using the Crimetips email, citizens can send non-emergency crime information. Sheriff's deputies will read the emails daily and work with the citizens to help reduce crime problems. Citizens are not required to identify themselves; they can remain anonymous if they choose.

"As an addition to our office's business phone, Crimetips email adds a new level of communication that I want with our customers," said Jones. "I appreciate the input, and I think our customers will appreciate this added service as well."

Crimetips email is designed for non-emergency information exchange. Citizens should always call 9-1-1 when there is an emergency.

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