About our Program

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Patterned after the National Crime Stoppers program, Halifax County Crime Stoppers was formed in 1999 and became an independent non-profit organization totally responsible for the program’s management. An independent board of directors was formed to oversee management, program development and fundraising. In 1999 the organization received its 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable status, thus making all contribution tax deductible to contributors. 

Mission Statement

Halifax County Crime Stoppers Inc. was founded in 1999. It is the mission of Halifax County Crime Stoppers Inc. to promote the welfare of communities and to lessen the burdens of federal, state and local governments by assisting their law enforcement agencies in the apprehension and conviction of criminals; training and advising law enforcement personnel and others who participate in such programs; helping to motivate members of the public to cooperate with their respective law enforcement agencies; stimulating and encouraging the flow of information to, among and between various law enforcement agencies; creating and circulating films, video and sound tapes, and printed material about crime prevention and Crime Stopper Programs, and otherwise promoting such programs.

Who is Involved

Tracy Story      Chairman, Halifax County Crime Stoppers
Paul Ward      Vice-Chairman, Halifax County Crime Stoppers
Det. Brian Biggerstaff      Liaison, Roanoke Rapids PD
Capt. Roy Rooks      Liaison, Halifax County SO
SRO Bruce Temple      SRO Liaison, Roanoke Rapids PD
Trooper Jason Keeter      Liaison, NC SHP
Capt. Jerry Shoemaker      Liaison, Enfield PD
Det. Donald Duke      Liaison, Littleton PD
Capt. Marvin Hillard      Liaison, Scotland Neck PD
Chief Chris Davis      Liaison, Weldon PD
Edwin Horsley      Church Liaison, Halifax County Crime Stoppers
Edna M. Williams      Agriculture Liaison, Halifax County Crime Stoppers
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