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Below are resource materials about e-cigarettes/Vaping provided by the American Lung Association :

e-cigarettes-teens.pdf

 "I never thought it would happen here!"

Safe School Cash Rewards Paid 2019-2020 School Year - $350 - 

Please don't let it happen at your school!

Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers has a Safe School Program available at no cost to the schools in Bee, Goliad, and Live Oak Counties.  Students can use the community tip line (362-0206), app: P3Tips, or make a tip using this web page.  The student will never have to give their name and could earn a cash reward!

Students, you can call us about any unsafe situation at your school, school grounds,  or school bus.  Your tip will be investigated by the school.  You will be given a code number and phone number so you can check on the status of your tip. (remember both) We will never know who you are, and you need to keep your call to yourself for your safety.

You can earn a cash reward for your information! 

Below are some of the important reasons you can call Crime Stoppers if it happens at your school, school activity, or on a school bus:

Weapon/Planned Shooting   

Possession/delivery of drugs   

Bullying/Cyberbullying   

Gang Crimes   

Sexual Assaults/Dating Violence   

Arson   

Vandalism/Graffiti   

Bomb Threats/Terroristic Threats   

Planned Suicide   

Alcohol/Prescription Drugs   

Planned Illegal Activities

*Vaping

(CBCS has a Power Point about Vaping and will make a presentation if requested)

Safe School Presentations

George West  - Safe School Presentation - High School and Junior High Students  Spring 2019

Three Rivers - Safe School Presentation - Junior and High School Students 10/30/2019

Pettus Elementary - Safe School Presentation - Fourth and Fifth Graders 10/30/2019

George West - Vaping Presentation - School Advisory Meeting 10/31/2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Glenda Ann Perkins

Nov. 11, 1953 - May 18, 2018

CBCS' Safe School program is dedicated to Glenda Ann Perkins and the other nine killed at Santa Fe High School on May 18, 2018 . 

Ann was a permanent substitute for Santa Fe High School, and one of the ten killed by a seventeen year old student on May 18, 2018.  She was mortally wounded as she kept a student out of harm's way.  Ann leaves behind Steve, her loving husband of 29 years, two daughters, a son, two grandchildren, her mother, and the remainder of her loving family and friends. 

Ann was the sister-in-law of a cousin of Cathey Brown,  the Executive Director for CBCS.

  The purpose of Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers' Safe School Program is to offer students a opportunity to anonymously report anything they know that could prevent such a tragedy at another school.  

 

TX Campus Crime Stoppers Statistics for 2017-2018 School Year 

Campus Tips - 1908

Rewards Paid - $43,000

Drugs Seized - $29,000

Property Returned - $10,000

Weapons Seized - 68

 Students  

A successful Safe School will require your help because you know more about what is going on in your school than anyone else! Your safety is our primary concern.  You can call our number at any time  361 362-0206 or use the app: P3Tips  and we will get your information to the right people to be investigated.  We never ask for your name!   

 All you have to do to give an anonymous tip is click on the "give a tip" button on this site or call 362-0602 , no caller ID or method of Identification is revealed at this number, it is secure. Or you can make a tip using our app: P3 Tips!  How do you collect a reward?? You will be given instructions and a code number when you call, text, or make a tip on this site.  If it is a good tip (and we have to determine this with the school resource officer, or administration, and sometimes it takes time to investigate) instructions will be given to help you collect your money. Remember the code number you will be given. This will be the only identification you will have to claim the reward .