Filing a Complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center

The IC3 accepts online Internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complainant. We can best process your complaint if

we receive accurate and complete information from you. Therefore, we request you provide the following information when filing a complaint:

  • Victim's name, address, telephone, and email

  • Financial transaction information (e.g., account information, transaction date and amount, who received the money)

  • Subject's name, address, telephone, email, website, and IP address

  • Specific details on how you were victimized

  • Email header(s)

  • Any other relevant information you believe is necessary to support your complaint

 

 

Find the FBI Internet crime complaint form here:

https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx

 

DUKE POWER OUTAGES MAP

See where actual outages are, how many homes are affected and when the power is estimated to be restored.

https://www.duke-energy.com/outages

The Duke Power Outage website allows you to do the following:

Report an electrical outage

Choose this option to report an electrical outage online or call 800.419.6356.

View current outages

The outages map shows currently reported outages and includes any estimated restoration times.

Get outage alerts

You can be sent alerts via text, phone call or email when your power goes out.

Request a light repair

Let Duke Power know if a streetlight or other outdoor light isn't working properly and they will repair it.

There is a MENU button on the right side of the page that you can click on to see the following options:

- Current Outages
-Outage Alerts
-Restoring Your Power
-Generators
-Meter Damage
-Report an Outage

The small icon in the upper right corner of the outage map allows you to see the Road View, the Aerial View, or the Birds Eye view.

 
 

CLEAN JORDAN LAKE ORGANIZATION SEEKS NEW BOARD MEMBERS

 

Clean Jordan Lake (CJL) is a nonprofit community-driven organization committed to removal of trash from the Jordan Lake and prevent its recurrence. It exists to inform, inspire, and coordinate cleanups and raise public awareness of the importance of watershed-wide, good stewardship. In 12 years, 8,600 volunteers have participated in over 650 trash cleanup events, resulting in removal of 19,000 bags of trash and 4,700 tires.  It is a smaller non-profit with no paid staff that depends on its board members for advice, direction, and project management.

 

 CLJ is currently seeking several new board members who are willing to devote about 4 hours per month to help them achieve their goals. Small nonprofits like CJL depend on Board members not only for advice but for project management.

 

Some of its current projects that its board members are involved with include:

 

  • Fund raising to buy a pontoon boat for of trash and ferrying volunteers.

 

  • Management of existing Google Sheets, Google Data Studio and GIS to keep track of trash cleanup programs.

 

  • Management of social media.

 

  • Outreach to elected officials and staff in 8 counties of the lake’s watershed.

 

Please visit their website at cleanjordanlake.org to learn more, and see its Regency Park Partnership interview here (embed link https://www.regencyparkpartnership.com/interview-clean-jordan-lake) to see a comprehensive interview with the founder of Clean Jordan Lake.

 

Please reply to vanmurray@cleanjordanlake.org , President of Clean Jordan Lake, if you are interested in learning more about becoming a board member.