© 2019 Anderson Area Crime Stoppers

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ABOUT US

 OVER 2,000 

 TIPS HAVE BEEN 

RECEIVED

COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS

Anytime, day or night, Anderson County citizens can call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-888-CRIME-SC (274-6372) to provide any tips they would like to contribute to ongoing criminal investigations.

Crime Stoppers is a statewide program dedicated to receiving and disseminating information to law enforcement agencies, all while allowing the source to remain anonymous. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

 

Each tipster is issued a unique confidential tip code number that allows him or her to remain anonymous. Should a tip lead to an arrest or major development in an investigation, the providing tipster will be eligible to receive a cash reward as compensation.

(Reward amounts will vary based on each individual case as determined by the state committee overseeing the program.)

Citizens can choose to report tips to Crime Stoppers using either of the following methods:

  1. Call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC (274-6372)

  2. Submitting a Tip using the  online tip form

  3. Use the Crime Stoppers P3 app for mobile devices found here: http://p3intel.com/mobile.htm

PLEASE NOTE: Tips submitted directly to law enforcement agencies are NOT eligible for Crime Stoppers rewards.​

ABOUT CRIME STOPPERS

1987

YEAR CRIME STOPPERS FOUNDED

67

NUMBER OF CASES SOLVED FROM ANONYMOUS TIPS

$8,565

VALUE OF PROPERTY & NARCOTICS RECOVERED

Founded in 1979, to promote the welfare of communities throughout the country and to lessen the burdens of federal, state and local governments by:

  1. Assisting their law enforcement agencies in the apprehension and conviction of criminals, primarily through the establishment and support of new and existing state and local Crime Stopper Programs.
     

  2. Training and advising law enforcement personnel and others who participate in such programs.
     

  3. Helping to motivate members of the public to cooperate with their respective law enforcement agencies.
     

  4. Stimulating and encouraging the flow of information to, among and between various law enforcement agencies.
     

  5. Creating and circulating films, video and sound tapes, and printed material about crime prevention and Crime Stopper Programs, and otherwise promoting such programs.
     

  6. Visiting places where existing or potential Crimestopper Programs are located to advise concerning the operation thereof

Executive Board

Kenny Caldwell - Chairman Emeritus

Stephen Combs - President

Cecil Dyar -  Vice President

Terry Crooks - 2nd Vice President

Jim Clifton - Treasurer

Linda Bariou - Secretary

Stephen Combs, ACSO - Webpage Administrator