Monday, January 23, 2017

January is National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month in Mesa County

The Mesa County Commissioners today proclaimed January 2017, as National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month and called upon residents to join Crime Stoppers of Mesa County to help prevent crime and make our community safer.

The Crime Stoppers of Mesa County program was founded in 1983 through the efforts of local law enforcement agencies and dedicated community members. The program operates as an independent organization to help fight crime in our community.

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County has received 18,550 tips, which have led to 1,720 arrests and 1,598 cases cleared. The effort has resulted in $269,000 in rewards paid to anonymous tipsters and $9,051,156 in property and drugs recovered as of December 2016

To read the proclamation, click here.

Darren Coltrinari along with other Mesa County Crime Stoppers members accepted the proclamation.

The Mesa County Commissioners today proclaimed January 2017, as National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month

Members of the Mesa County Crime Stoppers accept the proclamation

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County

January is National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month in Mesa County


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