QR Code Project

Webster County ASAP–DFC in partnership with Webster County Sheriff’s Office and Webster County Schools are pleased to announce the launch of a new reporting system. In line with the 1WC initiative, the 2gether We Can Make a Difference tip system is an online platform where community members, parents, and students can report suspicious or concerning behavior anonymously. That information will be screened and then addressed by the appropriate agency within the county. By scanning the QR code, the user will be given a form that can be filled out to report drug activity, criminal behavior, serious mental health issues, and threats to safety. No personal information is collected so the reporter will remain anonymous.

This tip system is not an emergency reporting system. 911 for emergency requests and 988 for mental health emergency requests should still be utilized as the tip system is monitored only during business hours. It is our hope that by having a way to anonymously report suspicious activity or concerns in the community, that citizens will feel more comfortable sharing those concerns. Community participation is crucial to addressing substance misuse, mental health, safety, and social well being in Webster County.