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The following tips are intended to assist Kirkland residents and visitors in deterring and preventing common types of crime. For additional crime prevention information, contact your Neighborhood Resource Officers.
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Officer Tiffany Trombley
Fighting crime is not just a job for the police. Everyone can join the battle through Crime Stoppers. The citizen-support program allows people to tell about criminal activity without getting directly involved. Anyone with information on a felony crime can call Crime Stoppers and give the tip to police without giving his/her name. Cash rewards of up to $1,000 are paid for information leading to the arrest.
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