Sunday, October 9, 2011

Garwood's Lincoln School, ALJ, Adopt Crime Stoppers Program

It's a program intended to make it easier to report a crime, or tip about a future incident, at the borough's schools. Students at Lincoln School on the Northside and Arthur L. Johnson in Clark can take part in the first ever Union County Crime Stoppers program. Crime Stoppers is the first formal and comprehensive school tips program in New Jersey, enlisting the assistance and support of students in the fifth- 12th grades to keep county schools and communities safe from crime, according to the Union County Prosecutor's Office.

Any Garwood student, parent, teacher or school staff member who has information about a crime or dangerous activity can anonymously contact Campus Crime Stoppers to let them know what they know. Tips can be given for various crimes including: vandalism, drugs, gang activity and even bullying.

Individuals can anonymously submit tips in three ways:

By Telephone: 908-654-TIPS (8477)
By Text: UCTIP at 274637 
By Email: .


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