Take the Blue Pledge - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

The Blue Pledge against Crime in Indiana

We all feel it. The pain of rising crime in our community, taking the lives of our neighbors and our police officers. It's time to take our community back. Support our Police and build safer neighborhoods. Take the Blue Pledge against crime!


- Take a Stand. Make the call. If I see suspicious activity, call 9-1-1.
- Call Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS, if I see non-emergency gang or drug activity

Our community is too great to be ravaged by crime. All of us must do our part… so join us,
and let's get busy making our home a safer place.

Click here to organize a Neighborhood Crime Watch group on your block.

Take a photo holding the pledge.
Click here to download a PDF version to print.
Send your photo to pix@wthr.com

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Tell us Your Crime Concern

As part of WTHR's Blue Pledge campaign, we're asking you to report your specific crime concerns on this interactive map. Let us know what's happening in your neighborhood by clicking on the location and filling out the form. Then we'll investigate and follow up to find out how law enforcement is responding.

This map is designed to be a useful tool so you can see community concerns, and connect with others in your neighborhood. If you see something suspicious, call 911. Also consider starting or getting involved with an existing Neighborhood Crime Watch – and take the Blue Pledge.

Please note that this map won't report your concerns to police. You still need to call 911. If you're in Indianapolis, you can report ongoing problems to the Mayor's Action Center. Also, because we approve all reports, it may take up to one day before your report appears on the map. Be sure to zoom in to see all reports.

Nextdoor is another helpful option to connect with neighbors.
Vandalism Violent Crime (Assault or Shooting)
Outdoor Theft Car Break-in
Prostitution Illegal Drug Activity
Robbery - Victim is Present Burglary - Victim doesn't have to be present
Robbery is defined by the law as taking or trying to take something from someone that has value by utilizing intimidation, force or threat. In order for robbery to take place it must be done with a victim present at the scene and can occur with a single victim or in the case of a bank hold up, multiple victims. Burglary is defined by the law as the unlawful entry to a structure to commit theft or a felony. In order for burglary to take place a victim does not have to be present. When a burglary takes place the structure being unlawfully entered can be any number of buildings including business offices, personal homes and garden sheds.
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