Monday, January 6, 2020

January is National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month in Mesa County

Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed January 2020, as National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month and called upon residents to join Crime Stoppers of Mesa County to help prevent crime.

Mesa County Commissioners proclaim January 2020, as National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month. Several members of the Mesa County Crime Stoppers Board were present in public hearing to accept the proclamation alongside local law enforcement officials, including Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis.
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 over 20,300 tips, which have led to 1,795 arrests and the recovery of over 9 million dollars in drugs and property. Anonymous Crime Stopper callers have been rewarded over $307,000 for their valuable information.

Chalane Coit along with other Mesa County Crime Stoppers members accepted the proclamation.
January is National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month in Mesa County.

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