For Graduating High School Seniors of Law Enforcement Personnel
Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas is offering a limited number of $1000 scholarships to 2024 graduating seniors whose parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a law enforcement officer within the Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas Service Area, which includes Jefferson, Orange, Hardin, and Jasper counties.
The Larry Beaulieu Scholarship was created to support the education and development of sons and daughters of area law enforcement officers and to also honor the visionary leadership of the organization’s founding chairman, Mr. Larry Beaulieu.
Crime Stoppers of southeast Texas is a civilian nonprofit organization (501c3) devoted to helping law enforcement get criminals off our streets and bring justice to victims of crime. Crime Stoppers works to achieve this goal by operating a 24-hour anonymous tip line. It is based on the idea that “someone other than the criminal has information that can help solve a crime.” It helps eliminate the largest obstacles in getting people to provide information – fear of reprisal and apathy. Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas guarantees anonymity to all tipsters with the possibility of a cash reward.
2023 Larry Beaulieu Scholarship Recipients
- Kailey Carraway Nederland High School, daughter of Jeremy Carraway with Texas Department of Public Safety.
- Brynn Courts Vidor High School, daughter of Jeff Courts with Vidor Police Department.
- Jordan Fowler Lumberton High School, son of Derrick Fowler with Beaumont Police Department.
- Madison Kokenes Lumberton High School, daughter of Brian Kokenes with Beaumont Police Department.
- Jesson Moses Woodville High School, son of Shane Moses with Texas Department of Public Safety.
- Landon Proenza PNG High School, son of Justin Proenza with Beaumont Police Department.
- Kinley Thompson Warren High School, daughter of Nicholas Thompson with Beaumont Police Department.
- Kenzie Schroeder West Hardin High School, daughter of Chief Aaron Burleson with Sour Lake Police Department.