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dangerous activity or crime at school or in the community and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000


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Light the Night Against Crime

Students Speaking Out is a program of San Diego County Crime Stoppers. This program is offered to school districts throughout San Diego County free of charge. Students Speaking Out is solely supported by the generous donations of individuals and companies committed to creating safer schools.

We need your help to continue to offer this program to more than 250,000 students. Directed donations to Students Speaking Out go to pay for tip line costs, technology, website and social networking expenses, marketing materials for students, and training for school and law enforcement personnel.

There are many ways to help--

Become a member of Crime Stoppers

Support our special events: Enough is Enough Luncheon & Light the Night Against Crime

Become a corporate sponsor or major donor

Crime Stoppers
For the past 26 years, San Diego County Crime Stoppers has been helping law enforcement solve crime. We operate 3 anonymous tip lines where people can report crime by phone, text, or web tip. We offer rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Tips to Crime Stoppers have helped to solve more 4,000 felony crimes including 110 homicides. 

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Saturday, October 22nd * 7 pm
Balboa Park

Join us for a fun night for the whole family!

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Click here to register online

We need volunteers--email us to sign up

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Students Speaking Out is a program of Crime Stoppers. Students Speaking Out is supported by generous individuals and companies, including:

 
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