Perry County Crime Stoppers (PCCS) is a volunteer organization of local citizens and business people dedicated to; the reduction of crime, the prompt solution of crimes, and rewarding persons who provide information that leads to the arrest of criminals.
PCCS is a 501c 3 organization that was founded in 2003 through the efforts of the Pennsylvania State Police and local citizens of the county. The bylaws for the organization were adopted in January 2004.
Contributions are solicited from service organizations, social clubs, business men & women, corporations, citizens, and fund raising events. Contributions are tax-exempt.
Perry County Crime Stoppers is administered by a civilian board of directors who volunteer their time and energy with sole control over the organization. The Board, with advice from all involved law enforcement agencies will determine the amount of the rewards and which informant(s) merits reward money.
How It Works
Perry County Crime Stoppers works with the local media. Each week, details concerning a fugitive or unsolved crime are publicized by the local newspaper and radio stations. This is known as "Crime Of The Week." Citizens who believe they may have information that will solve the crime may call our tip hotline or submit a tip online. You create a special pass-code with no names or personal information required. Instructions are provided to check again at a later date to find out if the information you provided qualifies for a reward of up to $2000.00!!!
Find us on Facebook and be sure to like our page below!