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.
Help us continue to make our community a safer place to live and work by making a donation to our program right now.
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On Wednesday, 1/22/20 at approximately 5:32 PM, Officers with the Port Arthur Police Department responded to the 4500 block of Sunken Court in reference to a shooting. Officers arrived and found that Jose Riojas, 35 year-old Port Arthur resident, had been shot multiple times. Riojas was transported to The Medical Center of Southeast Texas where he was pronounced deceased.
On Thursday, 1/23/20, while actively following leads, PAPD Investigators located two suspects that were later identified as 32 YOA M/B, Larnell Mosley and 30 YOA M/B, Jeremy Roy. The suspects were taken into custody shortly after questioning. They were transported to the Jefferson County Correctional Facility where they were both charged with the Murder of Jose Riojas. ... See MoreSee Less
CHECK THOSE DATES! With the coming of the new year, it’s a good time to check important dates on any renewable documents you may hold such as drivers license, Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) license and other important documents which may have expired (?) or will expire this year. Also, don’t forget battery replacements that may be needed in your home smoke detectors and other safety equipment! ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for our 53rd Citizens Police Academy to find out. Online Applications are available at www.beaumonttexas.gov. Once completed you may drop it off at the station or email it to Officer Danny Valdez: firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions he may be reached at 409-654-3602.
Please Note: The "Submit" icon at the end of the application is currently not working. Please submit forms to email@example.com or drop them off at the Beaumont Police Station.
Warrant Round Up Leads to the Arrest of 18 Offenders Thursday, January 22, 2020, Officers with the Beaumont Police Department Narcotics and Vice Unit and the Special Assignment Unit (SAU) prepared and...
Crime Stoppers of SETX, partnering with Orange County Sheriff's Office & The Examiner Corporation, is asking for the public’s assistance in getting potentially dangerous dealers & users, along with the poisonous products they carry, off the street. If you have information, #SayItHere by calling 409-833-TIPS, reporting online www.833TIPS.com, or via our P3 App. You could be eligible for a cash reward. 💲💲💲 #ChaChing #Crimemightpayyou #innocenttilprovenguilty... See MoreSee Less
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‼️The SSA, Sheriff's Office, or Prize awards WILL NEVER ask you to send money using money cards to replace a SS card, prevent your arrest, or to secure an amount of money won.
‼️The Social Security Administration (SSA) continues to warn people about the ongoing nationwide telephone impersonation scheme.
Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul. Social Security and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) continue to receive reports about fraudulent phone calls from people falsely claiming to be Social Security employees.
The SSA says the scammers mislead victims into making cash or gift card payments for help with purported identity theft, or to avoid arrest for bogus Social Security number problems.
“I want every American to know that if a suspicious caller states there is a problem with their Social Security number or account, they should hang up and never give the caller money or personal information. People should then go online to oig.ssa.gov to report the scam call to Social Security,” said Commissioner Saul.
Fraudsters are also emailing fake documents in attempts to get people to comply with their demands. Victims have received emails with attached letters and reports that appear to be from Social Security or the OIG. The letters may use official letterhead and government jargon to convince victims they are legitimate; they may also contain misspellings and grammar mistakes. youtu.be/QrHFNdjcp2s... See MoreSee Less
Addendum...the message this morning was sent to Groves residents only.
However, if you live in Jefferson, Hardin or Orange County please do take the opportunity to get registered.
STAN, the Southeast Texas Alerting Network, is a messaging and notification system that keeps the communities of Southeast Texas informed about emergencies and other important events in the area. Through STAN, industrial companies and emergency management officials can quickly notify you about emergencies, industry or weather events occurring in Southeast Texas.
Call 1.877.THE.STAN toll-free, anytime to listen to important alerts and notifications. Or, go to www.thestan.com for regular updates. You can register either by phone or the web.