ATF Ad Campaign Encourages Citizens to Report Gun Crimes

ATF Ad Campaign Encourages Citizens to Report Gun Crimes
ATF Ad Campaign Encourages Citizens to Report Gun Crimes

Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) recently launched an ad campaign in Maryland and the District of Columbia to encourage the public to report a gun crime.

Billboards in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, Md., and transit shelters in D. C., carry the message, “Target Gun Crime Anonymously,” with the ATF seal and hotline number 1-800-ATF-GUNS.

Three billboards in the Baltimore City region, two billboards in Prince George’s County, and 10 transit shelters in D. C. bear the unique ATF ad that was designed by Clear Channel Outdoor.

The goal of the campaign is to increase citizen involvement in making communities safer and remind the public that they can report gun crime anonymously.

Clear Channel Outdoor donated the advertising space for the billboards and transit shelters.


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Kevin Chicwak
Kevin Chicwak
9 years ago

I've got a great tip for the ATF. It's come to my attention that there is a government agency that has been using taxpayer money to sell massive amounts of guns to Mexican Drug Cartels. This has resulted in the murders of U.S. Law Enforcement Officials and large amounts of Mexican Civilians. This rouge agencies initials are ATF&E.

Taylor
Taylor
9 years ago

Clear Channel Outdoor has been known to support gun control, recently donating add space to Mothers Against Illegal Guns.

Tred law
Tred law
9 years ago

What constitutes a gun crime? How about giving guns to mexican drug lords?