Rewards, Siezures, and Stats
July 07, 2016

Crimestoppers  recently paid out a tip of $750 that led to multiple felony arrests. Over the life of the online program, about 9 years, Our individual Crimestoppers program serving Keith County and now Perkins and Deuel County has given out over $3000 in reward money for tips that have resulted in arrests.

Since the Online tip program has begun we have received 233 tips by both web and phone call.

36% Drug related

34% Other/not classified

10% Theft related

7% for Burglaries

7% about fugitives

3% Assault Related

2% Robberies

1% Homicide related.

We have seized over $30000 worth of property, including drugs, guns, and stolen items, and made countless arrests.

Even tips that are not necessarily paid out are still helpful, while those tips may not have led directly to an arrest, they give law enforcement valuable information that assist them in tracking the criminal element in your communities. The local Law Enforcement community, and the board of Tri-County CrimeStoppers would like to thank everyone who supports this valuable program, and those who have provided tips in the past.  We encourage you to continue to use this program.  The more participation we receive from the community, the more effective the program becomes!

Crimestoppers expanding!!!
June 10, 2015

Keith County Crimestoppers is happy to announce that in the coming months we will be partnering with Perkins County and Deuel County to transition into Tri-County Crimestoppers. We will keep you up to date on changes in the future! At this time, our contact information including phone number, web site and Facebook page will remain the same. It is possible that these may eventually change. If they do we will make sure to notify everyone well in advance.

Reward issued
August 09, 2012

Keith County Crimestoppers would like to remind our citizens that any information leading to the arrest of a wanted subject is also eligible for a reward up to $1,000.00. In the month of August Keith County Crimestoppers payed out $480 for information that led to the arrest of a subject with felony warrants from another state.  This was not the crime of the week, but the information did help in taking a dangerous offender off the street. 

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