Crime Stoppers Reveals New National Logo

March 28, 2019

Crime Stoppers reveals new national logo

Media Contact: Makayla Chancey, PIO

            Crime Stoppers has revealed its new “Say It Here” national logo, which encourages civilians to submit an anonymous tip and Crime Stoppers will give the tipster a cash reward if the information results in an arrest, the recovery of stolen property or the recovery of illegal drugs.

            The “Say It Here” logo lets community members know they can anonymously submit a tip to Heartland Crime Stoppers in order to help solve a crime. Knowing they will have anonymity, individuals are more likely to express any information, observations or concerns they have relating to an active crime case, ultimately assisting local law enforcement.  Heartland Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $3,000 to the tipster if the information leads to an arrest, the recovery of stolen property or the recovery of illegal drugs or narcotics. Any one of these three outcomes will qualify the tipster for a reward.

            Submitting a tip to Heartland Crime Stoppers is a simple process and there is a variety of ways in which one can do so. Individuals who have download the free Hardee County Sheriff’s Office mobile app can select the “Submit a Tip” icon from the app’s homepage, which redirects users to the P3Tips app where they can submit their anonymous tip information. Individuals who do not have the sheriff’s office app can either download the free P3Tips app, submit a tip through http://www.P3Tips.com or http://www.heartlandcrimestoppers.com, or call 1-800-226-TIPS (8477).

Heartland Crime Stoppers was organized as a 501c(3) organization in 1994 to help law enforcement identify criminals and solve crimes in the counties of Polk, Highlands and Hardee. Crime Stopper Programs are funded and overseen by the Florida Attorney General’s Office, Crime Stoppers Trust Fund.