Suppose for a moment you live next door to a drug house. Cars queue up in your street. Drug abusers loiter in front of your house or apartment.
5 Steps for Landlords to Create a Drug-Free Neighborhood. After the knot in your stomach clears, you take a deep breath. No one wants a problem like this dumped in their lap, but ignoring it only hurts your real estate business. If your rental is not in a drug-free neighborhood, you won’t be able to command top-dollar, and your tenants will continually cycle through.
Be careful, though. You really don’t want the drug dealers to know who the squeaky wheel is. I would ask to meet with police somewhere outside of your neighborhood. Cameras are a good idea, but you should pass the information along to the right people, such as the narcotics unit or the drug task force.
How To Spot A Drug Dealer. If it’s a meth lab, you’ll probably notice a pungent whiff of chemicals. Be vigilant for a sour smell, the smell of varnish or paint thinners, or the scent of ammonia. This house will have excessive amounts of trash, and you’ll find equipment such as rubber gloves, rubber tubes, filters, respiratory masks,
When reporting drug activity, it will also help to keep the following in mind: To further ensure anonymity, callers can dial *67 before calling any agency or organization. This blocks the number of the caller. Reporting activity to the local police is also an option, but anonymity may be harder to keep.
Legalize drugs. Simple and effective. Take away the revenue stream, drug dealers go away. Of course they will be replaced by legal dispensaries but at least they wont shoot people, beat people up or stab them. There are plenty more reasons for legalization which I explain in more detail….
Apr 14, 2009 · You give your parents the information and then let THEM interface with the authorities. I had a drug dealer put away for 30 days (which is about all you can hope for) when I discovered that he sold to my son who was a minor at the time.
Feb 18, 2009 · How do I get a drug dealer in my neighborhood busted by police? Discussion in ‘The Pub’ started by monkeyman, Feb 18, 2009.
Neighbors putting a stop to drug houses. For four or five years, it brought a stream of cars past their houses at all hours. People parked in the alley or ducked into the backyard, then returned to their cars a short while later and raced off. So the neighbors got mad. Then they got organized.