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National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month

January 4, 2021

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners proclaimed January 2021 as National Crime Stoppers Awareness Month.

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Grand Junction Lions Club Names This Years Grant Winners

January 4, 2021

Among those to receive grants from the Grand Junction Lions Club is Crime Stoppers of Mesa County. 

Mesa County Crime Stopper Warn About the Dangers of Puffing

January 22, 2021

Crime Stoppers President, Chalane Coit, sits down with Detective Kopp and Detective McCullough to discuss the dangers of puffing during the winter.

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Youth Crime and Community Violence

February 25, 2021

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County shares what to look for when it comes to leads to youth crime and some tips for parents on what they can do to help.

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County on Preventing Youth Crime

February 26, 2021

Crime Stoppers President, Chalane Coit, sits down to discuss what leads to youth crime and some tips for parents on what they can do to help.

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Fraud and Scams

March 25, 2021

With an increase in scams on the Western Slope, Crime Stoppers of Mesa County shares what to look for if you're about to get scammed.

Scams and How to Spot Them

March 30, 2021

With an increase in scams on the Western Slope, Crime Stoppers of Mesa County shares what to look for if you're about to get scammed.

Fire Regulations & Simulation Exercise 

April 29, 2021

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County sits down with Grand Junction fire to talk about fire regulations and an upcoming simulation exercise. 

Summer Safety Tips

June 30, 2021

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County sits down with Mesa County Sheriff's Office to chat about the different ways to stay safe this summer.