Why the creation of Crime Stoppers "Safe School" program?
Due to dramatic increases of criminal activity throughout the nation’s public school campuses, the formation of the "Safe School" program was created. This program provides school administrators with an added tool that can be used to combat crime in their schools and to make their campuses a safer learning environment.
The goal of Campus Crime Stoppers is 100% safe schools. This involves more than just tips. Students today are faced with a lot of dangers such as dating violence, internet predators, bullying, drugs, weapons, underage drinking and more. We strive to give students access to people and services that can make them safe from all kinds of threats.
This program allows Crime Stoppers Coordinators and Educators the opportunity to go into the schools and teach about a wide range of subjects and how to properly report problems safely.
Archer City Jr. High & High School
Barwise Jr. High School
Burkburnett High School
City View High School
Electra High School
Henrietta High School
Hirschi High School
Holliday High School
Kirby Jr. High School
McNiel Jr. High School
Rider High School
Wichita Christian School
Wichita Falls High School
Windthorst Jr. High & High School
The Local Picture
In the Summer of 2022, Wichita Falls Campus Crime Stoppers was replaced by the Crime Stoppers "Safe School" program. The program will grow to incorporate thirteen programs in Wichita, Archer and Clay Counties of North Texas.
These "Safe School" program operates under Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers, Inc. Students can call 940-322-9888 or leave a secure tip on the Crime Stoppers web site to report criminal activity. Located on student assigned chrome books is the quick link to access P3 Tips to leave a tip. Students can also download the app on their smartphones, use P3TIPS
The tips are sent to the Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers Coordinator to review and sent to the assigned WFISD school resource officers and administration for investigation. Other tips submitted can be reviewed and sent to Wichita Falls Police Department divisions or other agencies.
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