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Little Rock Police Blotter: July 19 - 28 , 2023

The safe city of Little Rock is consistently ranked as one of the most dangerous metro areas in the United States. The state capital city has a violent crime index almost four times higher than the national average. With a crime rate of 73 per one thousand residents, Little Rock has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes - from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One's chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 14. Within Arkansas, more than 99% of the communities have a lower crime rate than Little Rock. In fact, after researching dangerous places to live, NeighborhoodScout found Little Rock to be one of the top 100 most dangerous cities in the U.S.A.  

Arkansas State Police employee using position for personal gain and financial benefit - ASP trying to hide it.

    By Russ Racop Chadwick "Chad" Dell Gibson (44 yrs) of Bryant, AR is a dispatcher for the Arkansas State Police Troop A in Little Rock with a salary of $40,566.31. He has been employed by the ASP since September 10, 2018. As such he is involved in radio communications with troopers and has intimate knowledge about their activities. He also has access to data and records.  Gibson also runs a YouTube channel,  Police Pursuits, which went live on May 6th, 2022.    Gibson's channel has 177k subscribers and is monetized.  The income Gibson derives from his channel is substantial.   Gibson's channel content consists exclusively of video recordings from ASP troopers.   In addition to considerable revenue from the videos he posts, Gibson solicits additional payments from viewers.   As a dispatcher for ASP, Gibson has ready access to details about ASP pursuits and his channel is able to drop videos of ASP Troopers performing PIT maneuvers, etc., days before other YouTube ch