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From the desk of a law enforcement officer to the cell phone of a citizen--We’ve taken the war on crime public.

More than twenty-five years ago, a group of law enforcement officers and leaders in the community joined together to create a coalition aimed at combating crime in the greater Pitt-Greenville area. Their efforts resulted in the founding of Pitt-Greenville Crimestoppers on September 1, 1983.

Awareness

We’re here to make crime fighting a group, rather than an individual effort. We call on community and civic leaders, businesses, and the media to help us in a cause that truly benefits everyone. Our organization does not aim to replace our law enforcement officers, but rather, to augment their efforts by giving them vital information to fight crime. Crimestoppers aims at giving Pitt County citizens a sense of duty to protect themselves and others by reporting suspicious and known criminal activities to the police.

Benefits

We want upstanding citizens to be active in their efforts to report crime—that’s why we protect the information of those who report through our system. It’s a guarantee that when you make a call to Crimestoppers that your responsibility ends with the call. No need to fear retaliation from a perpetrator—your call to Pitt-Greenville Crimestoppers will be anonymous and no personal information will be requested. If your information leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen property, you could receive up to $5,000 in reward money. Perhaps even greater than the possibility of a reward is the knowledge that with your help, a criminal will be removed from our streets and thereby unable to cause further damage to other people or property. Your one call could save the lives and livelihoods of people right here in our community.

If one person’s tip can make such a difference, imagine what kind of difference participation from the entire community could mean to the crime rates in Pitt County. We’ve all worked hard to make our city and county the thriving places that they are—why should we let criminal activity impair our sense of safety? Do your part to keep our community safe for yourself and others—support Crimestoppers. Dial 252-758-7777 for additional information or to anonymously report a crime.