Crime Stoppers, Culver's to team up
Culver's will donate 10 percent of its sales to assist W.C.C.S. in the payment of tips to help solve unsolved crimes.
Waupaca County Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization established to aid law enforcement in crime solving by obtaining anonymous tips from citizens.
Citizens with information that could aid law enforcement are encouraged to call the toll free tip line at 1-888-258-9955; their identity is kept anonymous, the phone call is not recorded or traced and the caller is not asked any personal information.
Citizens can also text tips using their mobile phone by sending their tip to (274637)"Crimes" or by using their PC www.tipsubmit.com. This is new software that has been just installed.
If the tip results in an arrest, Crime Stoppers pays a reward to the caller of up to $1,000.
Waupaca County Crime Stoppers also hosts the Quick $50 program in the county's school districts.
A student can call the toll free tip line to report students bringing weapons or drugs onto school property or to report a person who has made a threat to cause bodily harm; the same anonymity still applies.
The student may also give a tip to their police liaison officer and remain anonymous.
In any case where the tip leads to charges being filed by police, a cash reward of $50 is paid within 24 hours to the tipee.
The Waupaca County Crime Stoppers are volunteer citizens, the police departments of Waupaca county and the surrounding communities' media working together to help solve crimes.
Waupaca County Crime Stoppers is always looking for new members.
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