Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards to those anonymous citizens who give information regarding a person or persons responsible for a given crime. These rewards range from $25 to $1000 after an arrest, depending on the severity and importance of the crime solved. The amount of the reward is determined, post-arrest, by the civilian board, after examining the given facts of the case. Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper endorses this program, and it currently has 28 communities as members.
Our program is civilian-run and organized, with a police advisor from every member police agency, including the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department.
Our Mission: to solve and prevent crimes in our area by working with Waukesha-area residents, local law enforcement agencies, and media partners.