Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Crime Stoppers provides a telephone tipline number and Web Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

The Gillespie County Crime Stoppers is a non-profit 501(3)(c) volunteer citizen directed organization founded on the principle that someone other than the criminal has information about a crime. Our goal is to generate anonymous tips from the community and empower the public by showing them that they can make a difference.

GILLESPIE COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS GUN DRAWING FUNDRAISER  ONLY 300 TICKETS TO BE SOLD - $20 PER TICKET DRAWING TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018 1. RUGER AMERICAN PREDATOR WITH VORTEX SCOPE 6.5 CREEDMORE,  2. REMINGTON 100 SPORTING SHOTGUN; SEMI AUTO 12 GAUGE,  3. CANNON 40 GUN SAFE WITH ELECTRIC LOCK.  TICKETS AVAILABLE IN FREDERICKSBURG AT:  STROEHER & OLFERS, SECURITY STATE BANK & TRUST (MAIN BANK), ARROWHEAD BANK, CREATIVE AWARDS, AND FIRST CAPITAL BANK OF TEXAS. WINNER MUST PASS ALL REQUIRED FEDERAL FIREARMS REGULATIONS AND BACKGROUND CHECKS. ONLY THE WINNING TICKET OWNER OR HIS/HER PARENT/GUARDIAN MAY RECEIVE THE GUN. 

We provide a 24-hour tip line 997-8477 (TIPS) to the public with guaranteed anonymity. Tipsters are eligible for cash rewards if they provide information about a crime that leads to an arrest. The Board of Directors meets monthly and is responsible for the management of the program which includes: fundraising, processing eligible rewards, acting as trustee of monies and maintaining liaisons with the public, media, and law enforcement.

Our program is certified by the Texas Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, Office of the Governor and was established in 1989.

Please follow the link below to view persons wanted for an outstanding criminal warrant.


WebsiteWarrantReport20181203.pdf