Saturday, April 18, 2015

Cerified & Non-Certified Police Officers

EXCITING EMPLOYMENT OPPURTUNITIES
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EXCELLENT BENEFITS

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$2400.00 Relocation reimbursement   •   $1500.00 Academy reimbursement
Certified officers: Starting $41,285.00 yr.   •   Non-certified officers: Starting $39,293.00 yr.

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Tulane Shooting

3/31/15

Farley LloydOn 3-31-2015 at approx. 6:13 p.m., Officers responded to the 700 block of Tulane, in reference to shots fired. On arrival, officers made contact with a gunshot victim, identified as Maleah Lloyd, 28 y.o.a., outside the residence, who had a single gunshot to her neck. Maleah stated that she had been shot by her husband, identified as Farley Lloyd 25 y.o.a. following a domestic dispute

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Improper Relationship

3/23/15

Tevian Deantra Parnell
On 03/18/2015 Big Spring Police Department Officers were dispatched to a call in reference to a possible improper relationship between an educator and student. The Big Spring Police Department Detectives Division was contacted and began investigating the allegations. Through the investigation it was found that suspect, Tevian Deantra Parnell, B/M, 05/21/1992, worked as a substitute teacher for the Big Spring Independent School District, which is where he met the victim who is a juvenile.

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Aggravated Robbery (Duffer)

3/23/15

Lester DufferOn Thursday, March 19, 2015 at approx. 10:54 a.m., Big Spring Police Department Officers were contacted by Santana Deleon (20 yoa) who stated that she had been the victim of an aggravated robbery the night before. Deleon stated that on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at approx. 11:25 p.m., she was approached by a white male approx. mid 30’s, dark complexion, with dark hair and dark colored goatee, while at the gas pumps at the 7-11 located at 1209 E. 11th Pl. Deleon stated that the male subjected brandished a firearm and ordered her into her car.

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Social Security Building Accident

3/20/15

Dustin RileyOn the 19th of March at approx. 8:29 p.m., Big Spring Police Department officers were dispatched to a vehicle crash in the 2000 blk. E. Marcy. Upon investigation it was determined that a red in color, 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup was traveling westbound went it lost control striking the rear of an eastbound vehicle identified as a black in color, 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe. The Dodge Ram then continued in a southwest direction of travel, at which time the vehicle struck the northeast wall of the Social Security Office and continued several feet inside the building, causing severe damage to the structure.

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Big Spring Citizens Police Academy Class

The Big Spring Police Department is pleased to announce they will begin accepting applications for the CitizensPolice Academy Class to begin in May 2015!

“The CPA is 30 hour program intended to enhance understanding and cooperation between the citizens of Big Spring and Howard County and the personnel of the Big Spring Police Department,” said Brian Gordon, Administrative Lieutenant of the BSPD.

The Academy is designed to give participants a “tip of the iceberg” overview of the tasks, responsibilities and procedures of the men and women serving in local law enforcement. It is an opportunity for citizens to hear from officers in various functions of police work such as: Dispatch, Records, Animal Control, Recruiting and Training, Patrol Operations, Criminal and Narcotics Investigations, Crime Scene Processing, Crime Stoppers and SWAT functions. Robust question and answer sessions are encouraged throughout the program. Few questions are considered off-limits, and participants receive the most honest, straightforward answers available, from the people most qualified to give them.

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CrimeStoppers TipSoft Web Form

Click the link below report a crime anonomously through the Web.

Big Spring/Howard County CrimeStoppers Web Form

CrimeStoppers TEXT-A-TIP

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For texting in a tip...Here's how it's done:

  1. Open your cell phone's TXT MSG window
  2. Select TXT MSG: In the TO window type: 274637 (crimes). Hit OK
  3. In the text window type: 5274 (kash) Then in the same text window, type the details of the tip you are witnessing.
  4. (Do not include your contact info or name; you will remain anonymous.)
  5. Hit SEND

You will receive a confirmation text w/your control number. Please allow two to four weeks before you follow up with a similar text and your anonymous control number for status of your case.

Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help. Msg&Data Rates May Apply. 
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