Empowering Our Community to Fight Crime Together

Crime Stoppers

At the heart of every thriving community lies a sense of safety and security.

The Statesville Police Department, in collaboration with the Troutman Police Department, Mooresville Police Department, and Iredell County Sheriff's Department, is committed to upholding this sense of security by actively engaging the community in a powerful initiative known as Crime Stoppers. Crime Stoppers is more than just a program; it's a community-based movement that empowers residents to take an active role in solving crimes and ensuring the safety of their neighborhoods.

Crime Stoppers is a dynamic and community-driven program that encourages individuals to provide information related to unsolved crimes, wanted individuals, and criminal activities. This vital information, provided by the very people who live and work in our community, serves as a catalyst for law enforcement agencies to take action.

Key features of our Crime Stoppers initiative:

  • Anonymity: We understand that coming forward with information can be intimidating. That's why we offer complete anonymity to informants who wish to protect their identity. Your safety and peace of mind are paramount.
  • Cash Rewards: To show our appreciation for the community's support, we offer cash rewards of up to $1000 for information that leads to an arrest. Your valuable insights can make a significant difference in solving cases and ensuring justice is served.
  • Collaborative Effort: Crime knows no boundaries, which is why we've joined forces with the Troutman Police Department, Mooresville Police Department, and the Iredell County Sheriff's Department. Together, we form a united front against crime, pooling our resources, knowledge, and expertise to better serve our community.

How to Get Involved:

  • Provide Information: If you have information about a crime, wanted individual, or criminal activity, simply call the Crime Stoppers hotline at [Hotline Number]. You can provide information anonymously and potentially qualify for a cash reward.
  • Spread the Word: Share the existence of Crime Stoppers with your family, friends, and neighbors. Encourage others to become active participants in keeping our community safe.
  • Stay Informed: Keep an eye on local news and updates from law enforcement agencies. Your awareness and vigilance can be invaluable.

Crime Stoppers is not just a program; it's a partnership between law enforcement and the community. Together, we can make our streets safer, ensure justice is served, and protect our loved ones. The Statesville Police Department, along with our partner agencies, is here to support you every step of the way. Join us in this vital initiative, and let's build a safer, stronger community together. Your information can make a difference.

To report information or seek assistance, please call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 704-662-1340.

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