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Adams County Sheriff’s Office Launches Anonymous Text Tips
from Staff Reports - NEWS
June 12, 2017 -

Natchez, Miss. — The Adams County Sheriff’s Office now allows the public to share important public safety information anonymously with police by sending them a secure text message about crimes or suspicious activity in Natchez, MS.

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office has launched tip411, an internet based tool from Citizen Observer that enables the public to text message an anonymous tip to officers and lets officers respond back in real-time to create an anonymous two-way conversation.

Anyone with a cell phone may send an anonymous tip to Adams County Sheriff’s Office by texting “Adams” and their message/tip to 847411 (tip411). Anonymous web tips can also be submitted right from the Adams County Sheriff’s Office website at

“We believe the public is our greatest law enforcement resource,” said Chasity Martin of the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. “Tip411 allows a safe and secure way for our residents to share important information with the officers without the fear of retribution.”

The tip411 system is 100% anonymous, as the technology removes all identifying information before officers see it and there is no way to identify the sender.

“This system has been successful in communities across the U.S.,” said Terry Halsch, President of tip411. “Departments have been helped tremendously by members of the public who have sent anonymous text messages to police with important information that often leads to arrests.”

Those with questions are asked to call Adams County Sheriff’s Office at 601-442-2752 ext. 8371.

App Info:

Below are links to the app stores for AdamsCo Sheriff tip411 Pro App. Use the links below to download the app to your phone:


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