Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.
Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number (409-833-8477), Web Tips, and a Mobile App (P3Tips App) to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.
You will not be asked for your name. You simply give the confidential information to the call taker. You will then receive a confidential code number. If your information leads to the arrest of a Felon or the solving of a crime, you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00.
Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas was established on November 1, 1981. Since its inception, the program has received over 14,000 tips resulting in over 3,000 arrests, nearly 6,000 cases cleared and over 7 million dollars in property recoveries and drug seizures.
Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that is funded by private donations and fundraising. NO TAX DOLLARS are involved.
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Congrats to all the winners of the Bicycle give away! Beaumont Police are proud of these future leaders and their exceptional work in school. Thanks to Academy and Beaumont Independent School District helping make this happen. Community and Police working together! ... See MoreSee Less
The first Get Hooked On Fishing event is being held today at France Lake. The mission of the program is to introduce the younger generation to positive activities while enjoying the outdoors. 35 kids are participating today and hopefully enjoying a new hobby. All participants will leave today with a new fishing pole and other items that have been either donated or purchased through a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. We would like to thank the following businesses and groups for making today possible.
Quest Federal Credit Union ACE Hardware Ohio Department of Natural Resources Fisherman’s Wharf Hardin Co S/O VIPS Hardin Co Common Pleas Court Hardin Co Community Corrections
A special thank you to Det. Mike Conley from the Hardin Co Sheriff’s Office, Game Warden Ryan Kennedy and Probation Officer Aaron Mcpherson for putting this all together. ... See MoreSee Less
Im so mad i had to work :(
Please so this again :)
What a great idea! What a special treat for those kids. Fishing is a sport they can enjoy at any age.
I hope my kids look up to the drug court officer aaron McPherson when they get older! Being 38 years old living At home no kids, and sleeping with random drug court women! He’s spent more time down at 620 n cherry “Morrison’s” then the KPD not to mention Rachel joliff! ☺️
We need the publics’ help identifying the male in this security video. He committed a theft at a local business on 05/08/19 @ 2:30 PM. He has been going to different businesses both in Port Arthur and Beaumont stealing electronics. He was in a red 4door passenger car that is missing the hub cap on the front driver’s side. We believe that the vehicle is a Saturn Ion. If you have any information on the identity of the two females please call Det. A. Cousins @ 409-983-8646.
If you know this suspect’s identity or have any other information on this or any other crime, call Port Arthur Police at 409-983-8600 or Crime Stoppers of SETX at 409-833-TIPS (8477). You won't be asked your name and you may be eligible for a CASH reward. You can also make an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers by downloading the P3 Tips app on your smartphone. ... See MoreSee Less
On Wednesday the Silsbee Police Department was invited to the Kountze Elementary School in order to participate in a part of their anti-bullying campaign. If you have not read or heard the story of one of their student's "buddy bench," I encourage you to do so. Silsbee PD was honored to be in attendance with Mr. Davis Price, members of the Kountze Police Department, Hardin County Sheriff's Department, Sour Lake Police Department, Lumberton Police Department, Jefferson County Sheriff's Department, and Texas Parks and Wildlife! Photograph provided by Lumberton Ledger ... See MoreSee Less
The Port Arthur Police Department wants to give a heartfelt thanks to the businesses and individuals who expressed their support during National Police Week with kind expressions of food and recognition.
Our appreciation goes out to Community Bank of Texas, Nederland branch, Sharon Carter, Texas Roadhouse, Ester Benoit, Debbie’s Delights, Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce, Motiva and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Plessala. ... See MoreSee Less
Auto Burglary Prevention Tips • Remove visible items from your vehicle - If you leave items visible in your car, you are a target. Be aware that someone may be watching as you put a wallet, purse, or cell phone under your seat, especially at a gym. Take these with you.
• Lock Up! * Lock your vehicle and take your keys, even for quick errands. * Lock the trunk, hatchback or tailgate to block access into the vehicle. * Close all windows, including vent or wing windows and sunroofs.
• GUNS! Please remove them from your vehicle. If you carry and find yourself not able to take your gun into a particular facility, get a lock box to safely lock your gun away temporarily. Vehicle gun safes such as “Stack-On gun lock box with cable” attach to your metal frame of the car seat making it almost impossible to easily steal your weapon.
• Vehicle alarms - Buy an alarm and use it! Many people believe that alarms no longer make a difference; however, they do remain an effective deterrent to a burglar. Remember criminals are looking for the easy target.
• Do not attach personal information to your keys - If your keys are stolen, having your personal information or vehicle license number attached only compounds the problem. A criminal now may have access to your home, automobile or office.
• Mail - Do not leave outgoing or incoming mail in your car, especially where visible. This has your name and address on it.
• Garage Door Opener - Avoid leaving this in your car if possible.
• Avoid announcing your vacation on social media. It is easier than you think to look up your address.
• Park Safely! * At home, park in your garage if you have one. Lock your car and all garage doors. *Park in a well-lit area. * Check to see that your vehicle is visible from pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
• Record serial numbers * Record the serial numbers and other pertinent information such as make a model for your electronic devices (GPS, laptops, tablets) and cell phones. Keep this information in a safe location or e-mail it to yourself and file it away electronically.
Familiarize yourself with the features of your device. Some have the ability to be tracked if stolen. Knowing how to activate this service quickly can greatly help law enforcement recover your property and arrest those responsible. Remember, only you can prevent auto burglaries by removing your valuables from your vehicle and locking them in a safe place. Help us to protect your property. ... See MoreSee Less