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Scholastic Club End of the Year Party!
Our program is grateful for the efforts of students who are willing to both learn about Crime Solvers AND share what they have learned with their fellow students. In a showing of that gratitude, students from the 2014-2015 school year were treated to a day in the park ... Ironbridge Sports Park, that is. **Click HERE to learn more**
Public Safety Day 2015
THANK YOU to the more than 1,000 people who attended the 2015 Public Safety Day on Saturday, May 16 to make the day a record breaker in the event's history. *Click HERE to learn more*
Congratulations, Jessica and Gabby!
On behalf of the entire Board of Directors and the law-enforcement coordinators for the CCCH Crime Solvers program, we would like to congratulate the recipients of our very first scholarship awards. *Click HERE to learn more*
THANK YOU for Playing!
THANK YOU to ALL who participated (as players or monetary sponsors) in our APRIL 23 fundraising tournament, sponsored by Mercedes-Benz of Midlothian. CONGRATULATIONS to the team of Keats Wade, John Fumai, Andrew Chisholm and Rusty Holt for their first place finish! Visit our Golf Tournament 2015 page for more details of the day. --> GOLF 2015
Like Us, Follow Us, Subscribe to Us...
Did you see the social media logos floating around the webpage? If you are on Social Media and have not connected with us...PLEASE DO! We send out updates EVERY DAY, information that you may not see on television or hear about on the radio but could be helpful to our law-enforcement partners. So..."Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, and take the time so solve the crime!"
Are You an Online Shopper?
If you shop online (and according to recent studies, 76-85% of you who spend time on the internet do), please consider helping our program as you are shopping. Associate your Amazon account to a charity of your choice and they will receive a percentage of the money you spend through Amazon. The link to support our Crime Solvers program is *HERE*.
Kroger. Crime Solvers. CASH!
If you shop at Kroger and you have a Kroger Plus card, you now have the ability to support Crime Solvers while shopping for groceries that you would be shopping for anyway. Simply register your card online at krogercommunityrewards.com and enter our charity code as 93193. Don't have a card? The customer service desk at any of the Kroger stores would be happy to set one up for you. Then, every time you use your Kroger Plus card (after you have designated Crime Solvers as your charity of choice) a small percentage of your purchase will be donated to Crime Solvers. THANK YOU, in advance, for supporting us in this way!
If you have contacted the Crime Solvers office, either the business line or the telephone hotline, you have likely talked to Becky. We are so proud to announce that she was selected to receive the Civilian Employee of the Year Award from the Chesterfield County Police Department. We are blessed in this area to have such cooperation from the Chesterfield County Police Department that we have folks working full time to insure our civilian-administered program runs efficiently with the police department. Knowing what she has done to help our program and the residents of Chesterfield County, we understand why she is received this prestigious award. Read more --> HERE
No Taxes ALLOWED!
Our hope is that every person reading this knows that Crime Solvers pays cash rewards for tips that help law-enforcement agencies in Chesterfield and Colonial Heights solve cases or capture fugitives. What many still seem to misunderstand is that Crime Solvers does not AND CANNOT receive tax money to pay those rewards. Click HERE to learn more.
Please respect your elders.
In 2014, our Crime Solvers program celebrated its 30th year in operation, helping coordinate efforts of citizens, law-enforcement and media in the fight against crime. To celebrate, and kick off the year, our board, law-enforcement friends and media supporters joined us in a celebratory banquet. MORE-->
Have You Met WATSON?
OK...so many of you have asked about the frog. What started as our web designer's cute idea has become a GREAT marketing resource for us. In order to send us a text message tip, you must enter the name WATSON as the first 6 characters of the message body. You would then send the entire message to the number 274637. Well...WATSON is not only our text messaging code...he is now our new MASCOT! Look for him at future Crime Solvers events. As a side note...WATSON is a quiet sort, but he spends a lot of time on the computer in the office.
Regional Text Tip Codes
Do you prefer to TEXT rather than talk on the phone? Have no fear! Type the jurisdiction code and then your tip in the same message. Then, send that message to the number 2-7-4-6-3-7 (which on keypads with numbers and letters will spell the word C-R-I-M-E-S)**. The code you enter tells the receiving computer which jurisdiction the tip is for, and you, the tipster, should receive a message letting you know the tip was received. TO SEE A DEMO of how text tipping works, CLICK HERE.
Here is a list of jurisdiction codes for Crime Solvers/Stoppers programs in this area (these codes ARE NOT case sensitive)...
|Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers||WATSON|
Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers
(Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, New Kent, Goochland and Charles City)
|Hopewell/Prince George Crime Solvers||iGotcha|
|Petersburg/Dinwiddie Crime Solvers||PDCASH|
AND, of course....a related disclaimer from the folks who allow us the use of this software...
** Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help. Msg&Data Rates May Apply.