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Hello Crime Stoppers/Solvers Coordinators, Board Members, Law Enforcement Colleagues and Supporters,

Registration for the 2017 Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association Training Conference is now open!!

The 36th Annual Southeastern Crime Stoppers Training Conference will be held from April 17th to April 21st, 2017, at the National Harbor in Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Prince George’s County, Charles County and Washington D.C. Crime Solvers programs are your hosts for this year’s event.  This annual training conference provides an unequaled opportunity to see old friends, make new contacts, learn about Crime Stopper’s recent advances, and participate in discussions about some of the most important issues facing our various programs and law enforcement agencies.

We would like very much to see you among the conference attendees.  The conference registration form and association membership dues forms are attached.  A link for hotel reservations is provided below.  The venue is at the Gaylord National Hotel, Resort and Convention Center, 201Waterfront Street in National Harbor….on the Potomac River!  If you joined us in 2011 and thought the National Harbor was great, wait until you see it now!

Click Here to see our tentative agenda

We are very excited about the upcoming conference and looking forward to seeing you in just a few short months!  As you begin making your travel arrangements, note that hotel reservations can be made on online using the link provided below or by calling group reservations at (877) 491-0468.

Hotel reservations: https://aws.passkey.com/gt/212204978?gtid=eba634cef6738dcc88a95f5379f3afda

The Prince George’s County Crime Solvers will assist in some of the expense for organizations traveling to Maryland by paying $49 toward each nightly room rental.


Additional information about the upcoming conference, and previous conferences, can be found on our website www.secrimestoppers.org.  This website is continually updated, so please check in from time to time for the latest information.  Should there be any questions, please feel free to reach out to us.

We look forward to seeing you in April…..

Zel WindsorBetty Jean TurnerBird Peacock
Prince George’s CountyCharles CountyWashington, D.C.

The Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association is headed to Maryland!

secs2016 Ladies of the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association – High Point, NC at our 2016 conference

If you’ve ever thought of joining the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association, now is the time!  Plans are in the works for a spring 2017 conference in Maryland which will offer training on a wide variety of topics applicable to all programs.  Whether you’re new to Crime Stoppers or have been involved for years, you can be sure to gain a wealth of knowledge being a part of the Southeastern “family.” Contact Board members for more information!

Betty Jean Turner – betty@secrimestoppers.org Trish Routte – trish@secrimestoppers.org Zel Windsor – zel@secrimestoppers.org Ross Forster – ross@secrimestoppers.org We look forward to seeing you in 2017!


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Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Crime Stoppers of West Virginia's post. ...

Deputies need help identifying three people wanted in connection with a Raleigh County breaking and entering case.The crime took place between February 1-6 at a residence on Seahurst Drive in Maynor, WV. Investigators have released several photos taken from the homeowner's trail camera showing two men and a woman carrying various home interior items.If you have any information on the identity of these suspects, call the Raleigh County Sheriff's Office at 304-255-9310 or CrimeStoppers at 304-255-STOP.Tips can be made anonymously on the CrimeStoppers of Raleigh County website crimestoppersofraleighcounty.org/

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Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association shared Marion County Sheriff's Office's DETECTIVES RELEASE VIDEO/ENHANCED IMAGES OF SUSPECTS IN DOUBLE....

Marion County Sheriff's Office
If you know anything about this crime, call Heartland Crime Stoppers 24/7!

DETECTIVES RELEASE VIDEO/ENHANCED IMAGES OF SUSPECTS IN DOUBLE HOMICIDE Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Major Crimes detectives have released new surveillance video and enhanced images of the suspects in the double homicide/home invasion investigation where a man and his step-son were shot and killed. The surveillance video was taken from multiple cameras that were outside of the victims’ home, which was also the incident location (14241 SE 151st Place Road in Weirsdale). The video depicts a vehicle of interest driving up to the residence, which is believed to be a 2015-2017 blue in color Chrysler 200, and two suspects entering the home with handguns. Detectives also released two digitally enhanced photographs of the suspect shown in the video wearing the red/orange jacket.18-year old Bailey Zylo (DOB: 8/21/1998) and his step-father, 38-year old Andy Fockler (DOB: 8/14/1978) were shot and killed by these two suspects on the morning of January 29, 2017, and they were pronounced dead on scene. The suspects are described as two black males, both wearing masks.Crime Stoppers of Marion County and the MCSO are providing an award of up to $5,000 for any information that leads to arrest(s) in this case. If you have any information on the identity and/or location of these two suspects, please call Detective Aaron Levy at 352-368-3546. Citizens can also phone anonymous tips to the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 352-368-STOP or 352-368-7867. Text tips to 274637 using keyword 368STOP. Tips can also be submitted at www.ocalacrimestoppers.com. For Crime Stoppers, please reference 17-26 in your tip.(The purple background was due to the surveillance camera itself.)