Is calling in a tip really anonymous?
How can I report a tip?
What is Campus Crime Stoppers?
Campus Crime Stoppers is a unique program to get students involved in keeping their schools safe. It’s a joint effort between Goose Creek CISD, Baytown Crime Stoppers, local law enforcement, and the community to keep the threat of violence, illegal drugs, and weapons and other dangerous activity off school campuses.
How does Campus Crime Stoppers work?
It’s easy. If at any time a person has information on a crime or they know someone who has a weapon or illegal drugs or is threatening someone else while at school, they would just call the Campus Crime Stoppers tips hotline number at 281-427-8477 (TIPS). You can also download the P3 Campus App, select the school, and submit your tip.
Which local schools have Campus Crime Stoppers?
- Baytown Jr High School
- Cedar Bayou Jr High School
- Gentry Jr High School
- Goose Creek Memorial High School
- Highlands Jr High School
- Horace Mann Jr High School
- Robert E Lee High School
- Ross S Sterling High School
- IMPACT Early College High School
- Edward “EF” Green Junior High School
What kind of tips does School Crime Stoppers take?
- Criminal Mischief
- Smoking, Drugs
- Guns, Knives or other Weapons
- Gang Activity
- Tobacco / Vaping
What is Friends for Life Program?
By using the same procedure for reporting a Crime Stoppers tip, students may report incidents of victimization. When a tipster submits a tip by phone or text, he or she is provided with a status number and instructed to call back at a later time to find out if he or she is eligible for a reward. This branch of the Campus Crime Stoppers program is called Friends For Life, and as with Crime Stoppers, tipsters’ names are kept completely anonymous. One call could provide help by a counselor or interventionist for a student in need.
A Friends For Life call that provides accurate information about someone in need pays a $25.00 reward to the tipster, but the true reward is in helping others get their lives back on track.Through the existing Campus Crime Stoppers system, students can help other students who are victims of:
- Dating Violence/Abuse
- Family Violence/Abuse
- Gang Activity
- Suicidal Tendencies
- Sexual Harassment on Campus or by Another Youth