|3/20/2012 - Watch Featured Crime Stoppers Cases on KTLA|
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|3/1/2012 - Crime Stoppers Case Files: Counterfeiting and Piracy Sneak Peak|
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|10/25/2011 - Crime Stoppers Partners with Nix Financial|
LOS ANGELES - Payments of rewards for those who provide anonymous tips leading to an arrest in Los Angeles County just got a little easier.
Sheriff Lee Baca announced Tuesday a new partnership between the Los Angeles Regional Crime Stoppers and Nix Check Cashing. The partnership facilitates anonymous reward payments for anonymous tips leading to an arrest.
Tipsters selected to receive rewards will be directed to one of 12 several Nix Financial branches outlets throughout Los Angeles County, where a secure system has been set up for them to receive their payout. Darryl Johnson, Chairman of the Kinecta Federal Credit Union Board of Directors and a member of the Board of Kinecta Alternative Financial Solutions, spoke in support of the new partnership.
"We are very excited to have another opportunity to partner with our communities and help fight crime in our neighborhoods by having our Nix Financial branches serve as payout centers for the Crime Stoppers program. This is yet another example of the power of partnerships and how, working together, we can make a meaningful difference in our communities," Johnson noted.
|10/25/2011 - Crime Stoppers to combat counterfeiting and piracy.|
LOS ANGELES - Sheriff Baca announced today a new initiative to combat counterfeiting and piracy. Counterfeiting and piracy crimes within Los Angeles County are a steadily growing problem that the Sheriff`s Department`s counterfeiting and Piracy Enforcement Team has been trying to combat. Over the last year alone, they have served 41 search warrants, made 69 arrests, and seized approximately $12 million in counterfeit goods.
This new initiative involves a partnership between Crime Stoppers, several businesses and law enforcement. The initiative increases public awareness and education, and provides communities with the means to anonymously report counterfeiting and piracy.
“The Sheriff’s Department is very excited about the continued growth of Crime Stoppers as an important law enforcement resource. We deeply appreciate the partnership with Kinecta Federal Credit Union/Nix Financial and the many companies that have stepped up to support our collective efforts to combat counterfeiting and piracy crimes,” stated Sheriff Baca.
Many companies, including Altria, Monster Inc., True Religion, Abercrombie & Fitch, Tiffany, Chanel, Taylor Made, Calloway, International Anti-Counterfeit Coalition, and Recording Industry Association of America, brought display examples of counterfeit merchandise to launch a public education campaign to solicit tips regarding counterfeiting and piracy crimes within Los Angeles County. These companies and others have provided significant financial support to make this initiative possible.
For more information, contact Public Information Officer Nicole Nishida at (323) 810-1973 or Sheriff`s Headquarters Bureau at (322) 267-4800.
|9/25/2011 - New Crime Stoppers Case Files Television Show|
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Help make a positive impact in your community by watching our new televison program on Sunday nights. Crime Stoppers Case Files Premieres this Sunday, September 25th at 11PM on KCAL-9.
|6/11/2011 - Shred-it Community Event|
| NEW - Los Angeles Regional Crime Stoppers, The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Identity Theft Task Force, and Shred-itTM Community Shred-it event.
Everyone is invited to bring all unwanted personal documents for shredding by Shred-it mobile trucks.
When: Saturday, June 11, 2011, from 9am to 2pm
Where: Calabasas- 100 Civic Center Way, Calabasas, CA 91302
Ladera Center – 5315 W. Centinela Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90045
The Home Depot Center – 18400 Avalon Bl., Carson, CA 90746
What: Identity theft is the fastest growing form of consumer fraud in North America. The Community Shred-itTM is a community outreach event designed to heighten public awareness about identity theft, while providing residents with an opportunity to destroy documents containing personal identifying information rather than disposing of them in non-secure plases such as gabage bins. The Community Shred-itTM event is the perfect place to shred documents safely and securely while helping some amazing charities.
|4/24/2011 - Live on KROQ- LASD Commander Todd Rogers|
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|4/11/2011 - NEW- TipSubmit app for iPhone and Android|
NEW- TipSubmit app for iPhone and Android
April 11, 2011– Tipsoft launched TipSubmit, the new mobile app for Android and iPhone. The new mobile application augments the existing TipSoft tools that allow the public to submit anonymous tips via phone, web and SMS Text-a-tip.
The app offers more powerful options than SMS Text-a-tip, because it has the ability to use GPS to auto-locate the nearest agency or to select an agency manually. Additionally, users can attach images and video to their tips. TipSubmit adds additional security by securing all information with a user ID and password.
There is no cost to anyone for use of this application and is free to download at the Android Market or iTunes App Store.
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