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The Texas Stash House Rewards Program is designed to encourage Texans to anonymously report information on stash houses used to facilitate smuggling of illegal aliens, trafficking of victims, and smuggling of drugs in an effort to combat transnational crime. For more information, click here.
Through the work of hundreds of crime stoppers programs, law enforcement agencies, and volunteers, more than 1.3 million tips from anonymous tipsters have resulted in nearly 200,000 suspects arrested and more than $1.4 billion recovered in property and narcotics since 1981.
The Texas 10 Most Wanted program is a joint program between the Texas Crime Stoppers and the Texas Department of Public Safety that identifies select fugitives and wanted sex offenders who pose the most significant threat to public safety in the state. For more information, click here.
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Texas Stash House Rewards Program
The Texas Stash House Rewards Program is designed to encourage Texans to anonymously report information on stash houses used to facilitate smuggling of illegal aliens, trafficking of victims, and smuggling of drugs in an effort to combat transnational crime.The program will operate like the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives program and the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders program. Texas Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,500 for information leading to the identification of stash houses. For more information, click here.
August Training in Abilene, Tx
Join Texas Crime Stoppers in Abilene, Texas for the 16-hour basic training course held August 3-4, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This training is intended for board members, law enforcement coordinators and other volunteers and meets TCOLE and program certification requirements. For more information and to register for this course, click here. The deadline to register is July 20 at 5:00 p.m.
27th Annual Texas Crime Stoppers Conference
The 27th Annual Texas Crime Stoppers Conference will be October 21-23, 2015, in Brownsville, Texas. Host of this year’s conference, the Cameron County Crime Stoppers, will show attendees the best their city has to offer including a pre-conference excursion to Louie’s Backyard in South Padre Island, the Glady’s Porter Zoo, the Costume of the Americas Museum and the Mitte Cultural District, in addition to expert speakers and new program topics. The registration fee is $150 until September 1 and will then increase to $200 after September 1. Guest and spouse tickets will also be available to purchase.All attendees must register online at thetexascrimestoppers.org and have the option to pay by card or by check. Registration will open in June. For more information visit the conference page here, or contact Texas Crime Stoppers at email@example.com.For hotel information and to make reservation, click here.