EARN REWARDS - HELP STOP CRIME! - REMAIN ANONYMOUS!

1.) Have you witnessed a crime in Wood County Wisconsin?

2.) Do you have information about a crime or a possible crime?

 Click here to report a crime!Do the right thing!

Quick $50 Program

The Quick 50 program is offered to area schools in Wood County. The purpose of the program is to increase safety in our schools by encouraging students to report weapons, drugs, alcohol or bomb threats.

A $50 CASH reward is paid to students who provide information leading to an arrest.

Students with information may talk with their school's Police Liaison Officer. The information will be kept confidential.

Students may also submit tips using the Crime Stoppers web tip line or by calling 1-877-325-STOP (7867), although these tips will not be part of the Quick 50 program but are still eligible for reward if requirements are fulfilled.

 In the 2011 school year, the Crime Stoppers Quick 50 program has lead to many arrests.

The schools are a safer place for kids to learn thanks to tips from the Quick 50 program.

 Contact: Wood CRIME STOPPERS via any of three anonymous methods:

 Contact: Wood CRIME STOPPERS via
any of three anonymous methods below:


CALL
our 24/7 Tip Line @ 1-877-325-STOP (7867)

TEXT us anytime you have information about a crime in your community. Start your text message with the keyword: WCCS plus your message to CRIMES (274637). 

Reasons to text a tip:
- Weapons
- Drugs
- Alcohol
- Any other criminal activity 




SUBMIT ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE!!!

Click here to report a crime!

Crime Stoppers is a crime prevention program geared toward public involvement in the fight against crime. It provides an avenue which permits and encourages citizens to contribute to the safety of their community.

To participate in Wood County Crime Stoppers just phone, text or submit your tip on a crime or a possible crime by utilizing one of the three methods listed above. We have gone to great lengths to ensure that your tip will be received anonymously so you do not have to identify yourself, all you have to is report the information that you have.

Crime Stoppers is based on the principal that "someone other than the criminal has information that can solve a crime." Crime Stoppers was created to combat the three major problems faced by law enforcement in generating that information:

Fear of REPRISAL
An Attitude of APATHY
Reluctance to get INVOLVED

 Crime Stoppers resolves these problems by:

- Offering ANONYMITY to people whom provides information about crimes.
- Paying REWARDS when the information leads to arrest.

If you have a tip please call 1-877-325-STOP (7867) immediately
and remain anonymous!