The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, the Jefferson County Public Defenders Office, the private defense bar, and the Jefferson County Criminal Judiciary, along with staff, are working together on the “Back on Track” program aimed to provide a plan that encourages people with “active” warrants issued for “failing to appear” for traffic, misdemeanor, and/or NON-VIOLENT FELONY OFFENSES a way to
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Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama partners with community leaders to find the clues needed to arrest the shooters of child victims. In just one week since the idea was conceived, $125,000 has been raised to launch a special reward fund for the child victims so that $25,000 is now being offered for information in each of the five unsolved shootings
Beginning in 1981, the observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) during the month of April provides the United States the opportunity to honor survivors and to promote crime victims’ rights and services. This year NCVRW will take place from April 18–24, 2021. The theme this year—Support Victims. Build Trust. Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama proudly works with law
On March 20, 2021, at approximately 12:24 am, Shelby County 911 received multiple reports of shots being fired in the 500 block of County Road 203 in the Aldrich Community. With the assistance of several other law enforcement agencies, deputies from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area and located a male subject with serious injuries. Life-saving measures
Leo Chavez, man who murdered parents, still loose after 4 Cullman County inmates escaped; reward offered
Leo Chavez, man who murdered parents, still loose after 4 Cullman County inmates escaped; reward offered – al.com UPDATE: Robert Alan Peak was taken into custody overnight. A pursuit began in Blount County where authorities say Peak was in a stolen vehicle. The pursuit went from Blount County into Cullman County and ended on Highway 278 near Berlin. EARLlER: A
Our first podcast series addresses our most commonly asked questions. You can gain a better understanding about how the tip submission process works all the way through receiving a cash reward.
Soon we will start another series from unsolved crimes to some of Crime Stoppers’ most memorable cases, tune in with Crime Stoppers staff members as they go in depth with stories and reflections from our 39-year history.
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In this podcast we will talk about the difference between Crime Stoppers and law enforcement.
This podcast will focus on the all important question about remaining anonymous when submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama.
The last steps after your tip has been confirmed as leading to an arrest will be explained so that you can be sure to remain