About our Program

This Crime Stoppers Program began in 1985 from the efforts of Indianapolis Police Department and city leaders. Our Program now operates as an independent organization. The concept has developed into a combination of efforts by local media, businesses, civic and social clubs, law enforcement agencies, and the public. Donations of air time, newspaper space, and reward monies have established Crime Stoppers as an effective tool to fight crime in the area.

Donor Privacy Policy- We will not sell, trade or share a donor's personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations.

Mission Statement

Crime Stoppers is comprised of diverse, active and dedicated community representatives. Crime Stoppers provides a method for local law enforcement to receive information on crimes. These efforts increase tips, which in turn increase arrests in our community. 

Who is Involved

NamePosition
George Taylor      Past Chairman
Bill Patton      Chairman
La Monica Burgess      President
Steve Jefferson      1st Vice President
Nancy Colone      2nd Vice President
Mary Kate Frazier      Secretary
Bryan Sturgeon      Treasurer
Nathan Wolfe      Board Member
Nick Willey      Board Member
Neil Taylor      Board Member
Andy Shank      Board Members
Mark Rush      Board Members
Jon Quick      Board Member
Ashley Painter      Board Member
Katie Oakley      Board Members
Dale Needleman      Board Member
Cliff Myers      Board Member
Matthew Molter      Board Member
Bill Lorah      Board Member
James Lekse      Board Member
Kevin Kohart      Board Member
Jeanne Johnson      Board Member
James Freeman      Board member
Ashely Flowers      Board Member
Shellie Castle      Board Member
Kyle Bitterling      Board Member
John Ball      Board Member
Caitlyn Bartnik      Board Member

For more than thirty years Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana has been providing a safe way for anyone to anonymously report information about crime and criminals in our communities.  More than 29,000 anonymous tips have been forwarded to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies who have used that information to solve thousands of serious crimes.