Steve Wolfe (left to right), Richard Lucero and Erica Oâ€™Bryon, Public Relations Officer with the Roswell Police Department, work hand-in-hand to help lower the crime rate in Roswell. They also need citizen support if they are going to be as successful as they can be. The Roswell Safe Coalition Building, housing Crime Stoppers and Neighborhood Watch, is located at 426 North Main Street. Please call 622-7233 for more information on how you, as a private citizen, can help lower the crime rate in Roswell and Chaves County.
Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization of citizens against crime
Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $1000 to anyone furnishing anonymous information that leads to the arrest of criminals
â€œTogether We Canâ€ was the slogan recently at a Crime Stoppers USA Conference held in San Antonio, Texas, and attended by Chaves County Crime Stoppers Board President Steve Wolfe and by Secretary Susie Snyder. Highlighting the spirit of cooperation which is necessary to be a part of the solution to solving crime, the national conference provided a wealth of information. Wolfe stated, â€œI was especially impressed by the credentials of those who were there. There were many career law enforcement officials and many volunteers who give enormous amounts of time and Login to read more