News & Events
|3/27/2017 - City of Beeville Police Department` Chief Joe Trevino Retires|
City of Beeville Police Department`s Chief Joe Trevino has retired. Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers would like to thank Chief Trevino for all of his support and help over the years. He became chief soon after we formed as Bee County Crime Stoppers, and has been one of our most supportive law enforcement departments. We thank him for the many phone calls over the years asking if he could use Crime Stoppers to help solve a crime with the community`s help. |
We hope we helped in some way to make his job a little easier. We wish Chief Trevino a successful, and restful retirement.
We look forward to working with Interim Chief Richard Cantu, another strong supporter of Crime Stoppers over the years. I took his self defense course years ago, and recommend it to every one. It gave me skills that I never hope to use, but are there if needed.
|2/21/2017 - P3 Crime Stoppers Software|
Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers, Inc. is in its second year of using Anderson Software specialized Crime Stoppers Software program called P3. It is the latest software available to Crime Stoppers programs all over the world. |
P3 has proved to be an exceptional tool in our efforts to get a tip from the public to the correct law enforcement agency. Tipsters can download the mobile app: P2 Tips on their phone, to make and follow up on a tip. Pictures and videos can also be downloaded into P3.
Since this world wide software company is located in Kerrville, TX, we are fortunate to easily contact them with any technical questions we have about the program.
|1/31/2014 - Taste of Goliad|
Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers participated in the Taste of Goliad held at Goliad Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 31, 5-7 P.M. The event was sponsored by the Astron Club of Goliad. Proceeds were used to sponsor programs in Goliad County.
Our large roaster of Ranch Stew was a hit, and we had a good time!!
|12/31/2013 - Tips on Wanted Fugitives and Sex Offenders|
Last year, 30 DPS Most Wanted fugitives and sex offenders were arrested, and a record $93,000 in cash rewards were paid in cases where tips led to arrests. The first Most Wanted arrest of 2013 took place in Bandera when a violent sex offender was apprehended after a tip was called in. The tipster will receive a $5,000 cash reward. To see the press release on that arrest, visit: http://www.dps.texas.gov/director_staff/media_and_communications/pr010813.htm.
For more information on the Texas 10 Most Wanted program, including featured fugitives and archives of captured fugitives, visit: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/texas10mostwanted/.
The following link, http://www.dps.texas.gov/Texas10MostWanted/video/tipsterVideo.htm, explains the steps on how to submit a tip regarding a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive or Sex Offender and/or how to receive a reward once the fugitive is captured.
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