“had it not been for your wisconsin crime alert network, i dread thinking what would have happened…” - missing 82 year old police chief jeff hoebeleinrich newton police department (iowa) “the response we received from the wcan alerts truly saved our agency hundreds of hours trying to identify the suspects in this case.
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what is the wisconsin amber alert plan? the amber alert is an emergency child abduction alert. its purpose is to save the life of a child. wisconsin's amber alert plan is a collaborative effort between the wisconsin department of justice, the wisconsin broadcasters association, wisconsin public radio, the dane county public safety communication center, the wisconsin educational communications
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e-mail: [email protected]. the wisconsin crime alert network (wcan) is a statewide program that links law enforcement agencies with the business community and the public in a partnership to fight crime. wcan is a highly effective program which can help prevent crime and aid in the apprehension of criminals.
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for $12 a year, subscribers to a new network will get alerts of crimes from local law enforcement agencies by email, cellphone text or fax. the wisconsin crime alert network (wcan), unveiled tuesday by attorney general j.b. van hollen, is a public safety initiative designed to help local law
the wisconsin crime alert network wcan is now free for business owners and citizens this is an excellent tool to keep you informed on what is going on in your neighborhood and surrounding areas.once you sign up, alerts will be sent to you in various ways, such as e mail, text message, and or fax.
alerts are sent via email, text message, and fax to those signed up to receive alerts. making a difference. in early 2013, a local business experienced a late night burglary. the whitewater police department sent a statewide alert using the wisconsin crime alert network about this burglary and the items taken.