Crime Prevention and Safety Agencies


Crime Stoppers - A community program geared toward public involvement in the fight against crime. It offers cash rewards up  to $1,000.00 and anonymity to citizens who furnish information leading to the arrest of criminal offenders and to capture felony fugitives.

Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization that depends on the involvement of private citizens and business for information and donations to help fight crime or potential terrorism in our communities.

Crime Stoppers SAFE SCHOOLS PROGRAM TIP LINE is a community program geared toward identifying groups or individuals who may through their actions or words have indicated they may be a potential threat to a school or group of schools. When a call is received by Safe Schools Tip Line, it is logged with the date, time, and a brief summary of the callers information. Callers remain anonymous, with no pressure to reveal their identity. Caller ID is NOT used on this line.

To report crime or suspicious activities call (609) 465- 2800 or TOLL FREE at (877) 465-2801. For Emergencies dial 9-1-1.

To make a tax deductible donation to help fight crime send your donation to:

                                Cape May Co. Crime Stoppers Inc.

                                P.O. Box 10

                                Cape May Court House

                                New Jersey 08210


National Crime Prevention Council - To receive an informational booklet ( United for a stronger America) of action ideas on how to restore a sense of control and reconnection to the community call 800-WE-PREVENT.


Office for the Victims of Crime - The OVC has established a national toll-free information line (800-331-0075) for victims and families of victims that responds to the needs of crime victims affected by the terrorist attacks. The information line is staffed by trained mental health professionals that provide crisis counseling.  www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/


Federal Emergency Management Agency - The (FEMA) website www.fema.org offers information for children and adults dealing with the aftermath of the events of September 11th, 2001.

The children's section on FEMA's web site, www.fema.gov/kids includes explanations of what terrorist attacks are, a list of things children can do to feel better about things, and a section where kids around the country can share how they feel about terrorism events.


American Red Cross - The Red Cross provides a disaster education kit for grades K-8 entitled " Masters of Disaster" to help schools incorporate disaster preparedness and response skills into such core subjects as math, social studies, science, and language arts. Visit the Red Cross web site at www.redcross.org or call 800-448-3543.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - The web site www.cdc.gov contains important information on public health emergency preparedness and response. The site includes a variety of health alerts, advisories, fact sheets, and updates.


United States Postal Service - If you believe some of your mail has been stolen or tampered with, immediately notify your local post office or the Postal Inspection Service. The Postal Inspection Service Can be reached (503)-279-2060 or go to www.usps.gov/websites/depart/inspect


C.A.T. Eyes Program -  Web Site for Community Anti- Terrorism Program. Report Suspicious activities to the F.B.I. www.cateyesprogram.com/


New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - has valuable information related to crime prevention. Click on the links below  to view a some of the important information about different scams they have discovered. 

                      


Safe Kids USA  -  offers many safety tips concerning children and has links to other sites of similar interest. 


Page Revised 12/23/2013