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The first Crime Stopper program in the United States began in 1978 in Albuquerque, N.M. when detectives offered a "cash reward" for anonymous information in an unsolved homicide. The concept of receiving cash rewards and remaining completely anonymous was an instant success.

Since that time more than 1,200 Crime Stoppers programs have been established throughout the United States. The Gregg County Crime Stoppers program was incepted in 1982 and since that time more than 1,000 criminals have been arrested as a result of these confidential "tips". 2006 was our 25th anniversary and the program continues to grow.

In the past six years three hundred and forty-eight (348) suspects were arrested following tips made to Gregg County Crime Stoppers. This is the highest arrest rate in the history of the program. These are offenders that may not have been arrested through conventional police methods.

Since 1982, more than $1.7 Million in stolen property has been recovered and more than 2.0 Million illegal narcotics has been seized.

Gregg County Crime Stoppers Board Members  -  2017

Board of Directors:
President  - Keith Fletcher
Vice President  -  Tina Bryan
Treasurer  -  Scott Dickerson
Secretary  -  Ken Hartley

Board Members:
Member -  Gene Keenon
Member - David Puckett
Member -  Babette Tomberlain
Member -  Morgan Strong
Member -  Daniel Peoples
Member -  Dawn North
Member - Tim Bryan
Member - Melinda Noe
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Law Enforcement Coordinators:

Gregg Co. S.O. (Program Coordinator) - Cpl. Joshua Tubb
Longview P.D. - Kristie Brian
Kilgore P.D. - Det. Steve Goodson
White Oak P.D. - Det. Ferris Ellis
Gladewater P.D. - Det. James Gillen
Lakeport P.D. – Chief Bobby Linder