E-COP, an organization that allows everyone to use his or her area of expertise to help the community, is sending out a help call to all local assistance organizations. They are requesting contact information.
The goal of E-COP is to get citizens involved in crime prevention, community activities, as well as clean up and beautification projects.
E-COP also provides information pertaining to police reports, events, and memories of our history.
The organization recently announced that they are incorporating a “help all, all help organizations” option. Webmaster Jim Riley explained that this option would provide information and services to many on the locals in need of help.
“We're reaching out to the many respected service providers of our community to help your neighboring brothers and sisters by providing vital information pertaining to your services,” commented Riley.
Riley explained that all help organizations are encouraged to provide contact information detailing the name of service and representative, address, phone number including emergency number, brief description of services provided and business hours.
Riley reports that contact information can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Riley says that by taking this course of action, citizens will feel that they have taken a part in redirecting the community in a more positive direction by providing vital information that someone else may not have.