An increase in crime and violence on our state universities and public school campuses prompted the formation of the Campus Crime Stoppers Programs in an effort to empower the Campus Community to provide an alternative means to solve and reduce crime. School administrators are finding that CCS programs have a significant impact on making school campuses safer environments for the students, faculty, and staff. The program works, not because rewards are paid for information, but because information about offenses and threats can be given anonymously. Often the rewards actually go uncollected. It also allows the students to take responsibility for their environment.
The Coppell Campus Crime Stoppers contact information is http://www.coppellcc.org/ or 972-436-TIPS (8477).