• Texas Crime Stoppers Training provides training, technical assistance and support to the many local Crime Stoppers programs throughout the state.

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  • Texas Crime Stoppers Council

    Contact your local council member.

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    Established by the Texas Legislature within the Governor's Criminal Justice Division, the council is comprised of members appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate. The council is responsible for certifying local programs and providing oversight and policy direction for the Texas Crime Stoppers Program.

  • Tips

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    If you have information about the location of a Texas fugitive, contact Texas Crime Stoppers 24 hrs/day at 800-252-TIPS (8477). If you have information about a local crime, call your local crime stoppers program.

    Click Directory to find local program contact information.

  • Is Texas Crime Stoppers successful?

    Through 2013 Texas Crime Stoppers programs are responsible for the arrest of over 185,000 criminals and have recovered property and seized narcotics worth over 2 billion U.S. dollars.
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  • Update your program information

    It is simple & easy – and can bring in more tips!

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Texas Crime Stoppers is both a state program and a fraternity of local programs established to allow concerned citizens to give anonymous, statutorily protected information on unsolved crimes and the location of fugitives, therefore becoming eligible for cash rewards.

Texas Crime Stoppers Council

Contact your local council member.
The next council meeting is scheduled…

Established by the Texas Legislature within the Governor's Criminal Justice Division, the council is comprised of members appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate. The council is responsible for certifying local programs and providing oversight and policy direction for the Texas Crime Stoppers Program.

Tips

If you have information about the location of a Texas fugitive, contact Texas Crime Stoppers 24 hrs/day at 800-252-TIPS (8477). If you have information about a local crime, call your local crime stoppers program.

Click Directory to find local program contact information.

Most Wanted

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19th Annual Campus Awards Video – 2014

 

Council Meeting

The next council meeting is Friday, October 10th, in Beaumont at the annual conference.

The 26th Annual Texas Crime Stoppers Conference is in Beaumont October 8-10, 2014. For conference information and to register online or by mail click here and you will be redirected to the Beaumont Crime Stoppers Website.

 

Nominations are being accepted now through August 15, 2014 for the 26th Annual Texas Best Awards.

Download the Awards Nomination Packet here.  Please read the instructions carefully prior submitting your nominations.

 

Texas Crime Stoppers since inception as of 2013

Suspects Arrested

187,213

Offenses Cleared

693,135

Rewards Paid

$43,138,051

Property Recovered

$249,303,898

Narcotics Seized

$1,103,132,034

2013 Texas Crime Stoppers Statewide Statistics

Campus programs (public schools, universities)

  • 1,387 cases cleared 
  • 1,107 administratively disciplined
  • $78,427 rewards paid 
  • $33,930 value of property recovered 
  • $259,487 value of illegal drugs seized 
  • 135 weapons seized

Community programs

  • 5,253 suspects arrested 
  • 7,072 offenses cleared 
  • $1,638,323.98 rewards paid
  • $183,096 rewards unclaimed
  • $2,237,153 value of property recovered 
  • $33,731,637.43 value of narcotics seized