The Proactive Citizen from Multi-County Crime Stoppers
Welcome to the December 2020 newsletter of the Multi-County Crime Stoppers serving the Texas counties of Montgomery, Liberty, and San Jacinto. This newsletter is used to keep our supporters up to date about our activities and other topics of interest.
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GOODBYE 2020, HELLO 2021!
The Multi-County Crime Stoppers Board would like to thank everyone for their continued contributions and support. Plenty has been said about the challenges and unprecedented events in 2020, so let's look forward to 2021!
Happy Holidays to you and yours!
The MCCS Board conducted the December 2020 meeting via Zoom. Due to COVID-19 and continued efforts to adhere to social distancing, virtual meetings will be held until further notice. The Multi-County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month beginning at noon. In the coming months, the board anticipates that meetings will be both virtual and face-to-face.
The next MCCS Board Meeting will be via Zoom on January 19, 2021.
If you would like to participate in the virtual meeting CLICK HERE and complete the E-mail Submission Form. Your contact information is needed for the meeting coordinator to send you a Zoom meeting invitation.
The Multi-County Crime Stoppers board would like to recognize Ronnie Rector for his exceptional level of support, commitment, and contribution to MCCS. Ronnie exemplifies the true spirit of volunteerism by making significant contributions to our community.
Ronnie is a revered board member, and his impact at the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office has contributed immeasurably to both organizations. During the December board meeting, Coordinator Steve Squier expressed the opinions shared by many individuals about Ronnie, summarizing by saying, "Ronnie is a tremendous asset to the program." Several other board members concurred that Ronnie is making great contributions to MCCS, and his volunteer service at the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is invaluable.
We are pleased to announce the re-election of Karla Carter as the MCCS CFO/Treasurer and the election of Jon Dumas as Secretary.Jon has served as Secretary since the passing of Charlotte Branham in February of this year.
We are grateful to Karla and Jon for their contributions, time, and commitment to serving the 2-year terms.
Did you know...
Multi-County Crime Stoppers continues to be successful because as a grassroots community action program that involves the citizens, media, and law enforcement, all are working together to solve serious crimes. Increasing public awareness helps make our communities safer places in which to work and live.
MCCS Coordinator Steve Squier fosters important partnerships with communities, the media, and law enforcement agencies.Together we are making a difference!
Here are links to some of the most recent news stories.
CRIME STOPPERS will pay a MINIMUM $500 CASH REWARD for information leading to the arrest of any of our Weekly Featured Felons. You will remain anonymous. You must contact Crime Stoppers with information leading to the arrest of subjects before contacting Law Enforcement to be eligible for rewards.