Look What We Found!
Officer Scott Whirley, School Resource Officer for Colonial Heights Middle School, was recently presented with a Crime Solvers Club banner that was created when the club was FIRST ESTABLISHED. We can tell it was well cared for, but tucked away. Now, the banner will hold a special place on the walls of Colonial Heights Middle School as a way to show others that there are students, young people, willing to stand up for what is right!
Who are the BRAVE?
Who are those bold enough to stand for what is right by standing against what is wrong? If you are a high-school or middle-school student in Chesterfield or Colonial Heights, fill out this student application, turn it into one of your school's administrators, and let's start working toward safer schools, safer neighborhoods, and more scared criminals than "good guys".
We are so proud of our 2016 Crime Solvers Scholarship winner Hannah Hatke! Hannah represented Crime Solvers' Scholastic Program at Colonial Heights High School for 4 years and 3 years at Manchester Middle School! She wrote a beautiful essay discussing why
Crime Solvers is important to our community. Hanna plans to attend Longwood University in the fall where she will begin pursuing her career goal of becoming a pharmacist!
Congrats, Hannah! We will miss you and wish you all the best at Longwood!
Video by the Swift Creek Middle School Scholastic Club
Crime Solvers has several scholastic clubs throughout the middle and high schools of Chesterfield County and the city of Colonial Heights. Our clubs' main objectives are to spread the word about Crime Solvers in their school, learn about community service, the Crime Solvers program and civil service. Additionally, the scholastic clubs get to determine how much of a reward to give tipsters who help resolve cases involving their school. The student members do not investigate the crimes or take Crime Solvers tips.
If your school does not have a Crime Solvers club and you are interested in starting one, please contact the Crime Solvers Office at (804) 748-1278.