My neighborhood, like so many has its share of drug activity. However, our new police chief has made drug activity one of his main prioritys since taking the position. But, the police can't be in the area and see what I see all the time. It really makes my blood boil to the point I am going to do something about this. I am going to do some surveillance of any activity I observe for a couple of weeks. I think this will make for some good evidence. I am going to skip going to my local police department and go directly to my sheriff's department with all my info I collect. I believe they can do more about this. The have a raid team unlike my police department. They also have more ability to do their own surveillance and use the evidence I have. Also, all the raids in the past have been conducted primarily by them and assisted by the pd. Should I go about doing this a different way? Any comments will be greatly appreciated.
If it were me, I'd talk with my LEO up front and tell them of my plan so it doesn't blow up in my face... You really don't know what the LEO's are doing, they could be way ahead of you...
As long as you only document what is going on, I'd think the LEO would be grateful... But, you sure don't want to be part of the problem... They are trained for this, and you could be a liability, no matter how noble your intent is...
Talk with them first!
Yeah, you have a very good point. I have a good friend that is a drug agent with the sheriffs office. I think I will talk to him next week and see what we can come up with.
I would say be careful. U are not law enforcement, so remember that. I would go talk w/ them about your concerns first. U shouldn't have to start doing your own surveilance.
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