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10/3/2015 - Clay Shoot Fundraiser


9/19/2015 - Gov Greg Abbott Issues Proclamation For Law Enforcement Officers

9/9/2015 - Pioneers & Old Settlers Parade Registration

Members from Crime Stoppers assist at the registration of parade entries during the Johnson County Pioneers and Old Settlers Reunion in Alvarado.

8/5/2015 - Don`t Be A Bully Month

August is Don`t Be A Bully Month

What is bullying?
At first glance, it might appear that this behavior is easy to define. A common image of bullying might be of a physically intimidating boy beating up a smaller classmate or of one child shoving another inside a hallway locker. While that is still considered bullying, it`s important to know that bullying behaviors can be much more complex and varied than historical stereotypes.

Did you know:

  • Bullying can, not only, impact a child`s safety, but also their academic success, physical well-being and mental health.
  • The effects of bullying can be short-term and/or long-term and can include; decreases in grades, loss of concentration, depression and anxiety, post-traumatic stress, low self-esteem and physical ailments.
  • Bullying behavior can be physical an ddirect, or can be emotional and social.
  • Social media has opened up a new platform for bullying behavior and online bullying is harder to escape.

How you can help:

  • Step in and stand up, The Bullying Prevention Center says that nearly 60% of bullying situations end when a peer intervenes.
  • Educate yourself and others on prevention behavior.
  • Be supportive, listen and let the victims know you care.
  • OPEN THE DIALOGUE! Ask others to stand against bullying.
This information and more can be found on the National Bullying Prevention Center website.

7/1/2015 - Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

July is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

Did you know:
The top two months for vehicle thefts are July and August.
The state of Texas is #3 of the top 10 states with the most stolen vehicles.
Nearly 45% of stolen vehicles are never recovered.

Some reminders for car theft prevention:
Take your keys; never leave your keys in your vehicle
Never leave valuables in your vehicle, especially in plain sight.
Close and lock all windows and doors when you park.
Park in well-lit areas- in a garage, if possible.

2/23/2015 - Legislative Day

Crime Stoppers Legislative Day

Crime Stoppers Legislative Day was a huge success thanks to the many dedicated volunteers from 16 different programs who participated, including volunteers from Johnson County Crime Stoppers. Representative Joe Pickett of El Paso, a former board member of the El Paso Crime Stoppers, and Senator Joan Huffman of Houston, Vice Chair of the Senate Committee on Criminal Justice, each sponsored a resolution on behalf of Crime Stoppers. Attendees heard from various speakers, including Representative Pickett, and visited their legislator offices to spread awareness of the impact Crime Stoppers has on local communities. See the House Resolution here and the Senate Resolution here.

1/12/2015 - Crime Stoppers Month

January is Crime Stoppers Month!


AUSTIN, Texas — In what will be one of the governor`s final proclamations in office, Texas Governor Rick Perry issued a proclamation today, January 12, 2015, declaring the month of January as “Crime Stoppers Month” in the state of Texas.



9/24/2013 - 30th Anniversary

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