How To Add Map Tack Profile




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QUICK START DIRECTIONS: Click Tacks on or below map to view related articles, links, reports, video or other trend analyses data.

Single Click any Map Tack to view more location profile information, educational resources and access to the contact-evidence submission Instructions Form.

Double Click any map tack to add your own tack and begin the profiling and tracking process.

If you have doubled clicked a Tack Icon a dialog box should appear allowing you to enter your information (see best practices below). It is your choice to use either your real user name and email or to remain anonymous and use an alias username and email or Gravitar. 

Note: Dependent on your browser you may have to double click an existing tack several times to allow the networked computer systems to signal the server to initiate a  new profiling and tracking tack database event. Keep trying ort use a different browser if a connection is difficult to establish or simply email a request using any of the sites form to submit profile information through email and an advocate will assist place the profiling tack and initiate the evidence gathering process.


Profile and Tacking Evidence Submission:

If you would like to submit more evidence of actual or alleged white-collar crime affecting vulnerable persons, your self or anyone you may have information on contact Corruption Maps via any of the forms on this or affiliated nonprofit advocates websites you may also  create a free profile and submit your information to the free Cloud Servers. This information will be added to the level 2 profiling and tracking system.


Best Practices To Add Your Own Profile Map Tacks and Information.

Tacked information can consist of any alleged, vulnerable person exploitation, abuse or negligence matter. Published information can consist of any alleged or publicly documented; adjudicated white collar civil abuse, exploitation, negligence, corruption matter, collusion or criminal event if you feel it is newsworthy, in the interest of public safety and your right as a citizen to warn other potential victims.

  1. Double click any tack  add your own Tack and information, circumstantial details, witness accounts/evidence, it is easiest to use a tack closest to your location where you would like to drop a profile tack. 
  2. Once secondary tack appears by a dialog box will appear,
  3. type your information into this dialog box (see suggestion below) hit submit button.
  4. Now drag your tack and zoom in to map region to place you tack at the approximate city or general region of where the vulnerable person incident event(s) or any white-collar crime/corruption event occurred, then allow 24 hours for processing. Drop you tack whiting 100 yards of where the alleged unethical circumstance,  civil or criminal violations occurred. Drop the tack on a nearby public road, public park or public space. nearby roads work best. 


Why this Geo Placement of Tacks is Necessary to Track Actual or Alleged Vulnerable Person Exploitation, White-collar Crime and Corruption.  

This enables volunteer research  investigators, advocates and the profiling tacking system to  accumulate data, cross-reference repeating violation patterns, event and alleged perpetrator analysis and data tracking circumstance over geo locations and timelines.  Often white-collar crimes are very sophisticated, occur with calculation and over county state and in some instances interantional borders and covert how ever a paer trail is aoften left. Read and accept Map placement Policy to lern more

Profiling and Tracking Support Information.

Acronyms used in the VP Task Force  developed in partnership with the Citizen’s Public Safety Reporting System (CPSRS) for use in submitting research, information and evidence.


VP = Vulnerable Person

EP/G = Estate Planning and or Guardianship Attorney

DV = Domestic Violence

PC = Political Corruption

CP = Child Predator

CV = Crime Victim

CRV = Civil Rights Violations


WCCP = White Collar Crime Perpetrator

EP/G = Estate Planning and/or Guardianship Attorney

PCP = Primary Care Physician

CE = Clinical Psychiatrist – Neurocognitive Elevator

CPA = Accountant

G/C = Guardian or Conservator 

Suggested Information to Add To Map Tack & Easiest Data Submission Procedures.

You can add single or multi submissions at once (batch) and submissions can be on any alleged or publicly documented and adjudicated white-collar, civil or criminal offence, for use on other category-specific research and web maps (i.e., fraud, larceny, collusion, extortion, intimidation, isolation, graft, embezzlement, undue influence, etc.).

Best procedures to submit single or multiple/batch event information/evidence;

Prepare your story in Word and have document photo images, photos and video links prepared to submit in advance of placing new tack on map. This makes process easier, more accurate, comprehensive and quicker. Consider including information and evidence of vulnerable person on general or specific events of abuse, negligence, exploitation professional malpractice, healthcare facility ethnics, state statute and federal acts violations information.

Once your documentation is prepared, then after clicking the Pacific Ocean tack; which will initialize the data-entry box  to appear,  copy and paste your preferably dated events from Word ( or other word processor application) and upload the information, witness account, evidence, names, businesses, document-photos, video links, or any materiel consisting of acts of vulnerable person negligence, exploitation,  abuse, professional malpractice, collusion, organized crime/cover-ups or corruption. Once you have added your information, click the submit bottom close the box and drag the tack to the approximate location were the event occurred. Note be sure not to use your browsers windows side scroll function since this will cause your tacks data entry box to disappear on some devices.

Zoom in as necessary to position your tack. Exact coordinates and addresses are not required. Your submission can be either anonymous by using an alias name and email or you can use your real name. If you would like us to contact you must use a real email address. If you have a lot of research and evidence a free Cloud account is available for your information submission.



To warn the public of potential threats to their or their families safety as well as the community.

Submissions become research so repeating  patterns can be accessed  in each region and repeating offenders and their actions can be cataloged in a publicly owned citizens database of repeating white collar perpetrators