CrimeStoppers is a nonprofit organization that depends on donations in order to carry out its mission. Thanks to our sponsors and donors, as of October 17, 2023, during the year of 2023 we helped place over 170 fugitives behind bars, paid over $38.000 in cash rewards, received over 1,000 anonymous tips, assisted with the apprehension of 25 fugitives wanted for murder, cleared 271 cases, assisted with locating 49 missing people and recovered 191 firearms.
Our success this year speaks volumes to the support we have from law enforcement, the media, and most importantly the public. When we all come together and work as one for the betterment of our communities, great things can happen.
If you would like to donate to our mission, your contribution is greatly appreciated. Private donations can be made online via our official website at www.215stop.com.
Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed Declares June 6 as Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Day
Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed declares June 6 as Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Day.
On Tuesday, June 6, 2023, the staff of Central Alabama CrimeStoppers was invited to attend the City of Montgomery City Council Meeting. While at the meeting, Mayor Reed spoke about the successful partnership the City of Montgomery and Central Alabama CrimeStoppers have had this year and for the existence of the partnership.
2023 Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Splash a Cop, Deputy, and Media Person Fundraiser
We’d like to send out a big thank you to everyone that made our Splash a Cop, Deputy, and Media Person Fundraiser a huge success!
Thank you, Autauga County Sheriff's Office for making this fundraiser possible and donating your time and deputies to help our cause. We appreciate the officers from Prattville Police Department for volunteering their time.
Thank you, WAKA and WSFA for sponsoring this event. Thank you, Amanda Curran, Carrington Cole, Savanna Sabb, and Lyndsey Bonner, for sitting in the splash seat.
Sheriff Mark Harrell, thank you for making this all possible. We appreciate your time and dedication to your community. Most importantly, thanks for getting soaked on our behalf.
A big thank you to you, our local community for your continuous support of Central Alabama CrimeStoppers. Our success is only possible with you by our side!
Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Announces Statistics for 2022
Since 1997, Central Alabama CrimeStoppers has continued its mission to stop, solve, and prevent crime. CrimeStoppers is a nonprofit organization that brings together law enforcement, media, and the community; working together to make local Alabama communities a safer place to work, live, and play.
CrimeStoppers currently serves 79 law enforcement agencies covering 28 counties. CrimeStoppers’ success would not be possible without these outstanding law enforcement partners and support from their local communities.
CrimeStoppers has a tremendous digital media footprint and maintains an official website and has an active Facebook presence that receives millions of views a year. Though these results are impressive, the 250 media contacts CrimeStoppers has, helped reach millions of Alabamians in 2022.
As a result of these successful partnerships, in 2022, CrimeStoppers received 1,169 tips and paid out $22,500.00 to 62 anonymous tipsters that provided information that led to 149 arrests and 342 felony criminal charges. Along with these impressive numbers, law enforcement partners recovered $145,120.00 of stolen property and took $91,658.00 worth of illegal drugs off Alabama streets.
CrimeStoppers continued its successful partnership with the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, helping locate 16 violent fugitives wanted for kidnapping, assault, robbery, and murder. CrimeStoppers gave a cash reward to 16 anonymous tipsters that provided information that assisted with the location and led to the apprehension of those violent fugitives.
In 2022, CrimeStoppers presented Officer of the Year to our agency partners whose officers went above and beyond to serve their community. CrimeStoppers recognized the outstanding work ethic of the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force for 2021. Through their dedication and diligence, the Task Force arrested 487 fugitives and cleared 673 warrants, making our communities safer. In an effort to reduce violent crimes, the Task Force seized 73 firearms, served 79 warrants for homicide, and 169 warrants were served for assault. Additionally, the Task Force served 118 robbery warrants, 51 sexual assault warrants, and 56 narcotic warrants, while seizing 10.646 kg of narcotics from the streets. Central Alabama CrimeStoppers has also awarded, Investigator Clifford H. Clark, Autauga County Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant Joseph Donofrio, Troy Police Department, and Corporal Makinley Robinson, Dadeville Police Department as 2021 CrimeStoppers Officer of the Year for their dedication and outstanding work ethic. Officer David Johnson, Alexander Police Department, was honored as CrimeStoppers School Resource Officer of the Year.
CrimeStoppers staff and board of directors would like to say a big thank you to our many law enforcement partners, media partners, sponsors, and Alabama residents for helping make 2022 a year to remember.