Campus Crime Stoppers

Campus Crime Stoppers provides students with a safe, informal, and anonymous system to give information about criminal activity, threats, or weapons without the fear of retaliation.

Mission Statement:
To empower students to do the right thing, and to create a safe environment for learning.

How Does It Work?
If you are a student, parent, teacher or other school employee, you can report information about criminal activity in and around your school by calling the Campus Crime Stoppers Hotline.

How Do I Report Information?
Call the 24-Hour Campus Crime Stoppers hotline at 563-242-6595. You DO NOT have to give your name! For other issues, you can go to   Proceed to the yellow tab on the left side of the homepage called School Resource Officer Student Contact Form and submit your issue.

What Should I Report?
Criminal activity that happens in and around your school. Drugs, drinking, graffiti, vandalism, burglary, weapons, threats of violence, and gang activity are all crimes that affect your safety and ability to learn. Information you provide us can help make your school a safer place.

When is it inappropriate to call Campus Crime Stoppers?
When the information you have is not criminal. For example, report bullying to a school official. If you’re unsure whether you should call Campus Crime Stoppers, please contact the DeWitt Police Department at 659-3145, or a school administrator first.

What Happens To The Information I Provide To Campus Crime Stoppers?
When you report to our hotline, the information you give is turned over to a DeWitt police officer for further Investigation.

What Happens If The Information I Give Is Wrong? Can someone go to jail because of me?
No. The information you provide will be used as part of an investigation if need be.

Money will be awarded to the person giving the information, when the information leads to an arrest. Remember, you NEVER have to give your name when calling the Campus Crime Stoppers hotline. It’s completely ANONYMOUS!