Allen, Barren, Butler, and Edmonson counties are teaming up with Warren County to fight crime.
"The police department and sheriff's department only have so many eyes and ears when it comes to crime that's being committed, so when you get the community together... it gives them a sense of pride when they assist law enforcement for the better of their community," said Det. Brad Emery of the Scottsville Police Department.
"As you know, crime doesn't obey the county lines and geographic boundaries and all the surrounding counties will benefit by talking to one another and the tips that come in will help us solve crimes," said Chief Horace Johnson of the Glasgow Police Department.
"Having Crime Stoppers expand to Morgantown is a great opportunity for the citizens here in Morgantown. One way to get info out to the citizens here so they can get the facts back to us if they know anything," said Sgt. Andrew Gibcumb of the Morgantown Police Department.
"It's really going to be a positive for Edmonson County because we don't have a radio station or a tv station, so we have that publicity and that awareness out there will be great for our county," said N.E. Reed, the Edmonson County Judge Executive.
Remember Crime Stoppers does not use Caller ID or record telephone calls. The tipline operators are not from our area and won't recognize your voice. You can call and remain completely anonymous.
You can call 781-CLUE, toll free at 866-842-CLUE, or click here to go to their website.
You could receive up to $1000 cash.
Remember... crime doesn't pay... South Central Kentucky Crime Stoppers does!