Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.
Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number and Web Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.
Crime Stoppers Loses 3Dedicated Volunteers
Crime Stoppers of the SiouxEmpire has lost three dedicated volunteers. These gentlemen had committed yearsof service to the safety and security of the Sioux Empire area. Their contribution to Crime Stoppers and thecommunity will be felt for years to come.
Jim Hunter’s volunteerismbegan at an early age at Sioux Falls Cathedral, and continued until his deathin August of this year. He served on theCrime Stoppers Board of Directors from September 1993 until December 2009 andwas always the first to step forward when there was a task to be done. He wasactive in many civic organizations in Sioux Falls and Madison and was an avidsupporter of youth athletics. Jim wasdescribed as having a “servant heart”.
Harry Swank served on theCrime Stoppers Board from January 2010 until his death September 23, 2011. He used his retirement to serve others, as hehad his entire career as a member of the United States Armed Forces for 23years and an employee of the US Postal Service for 32 years. He volunteered assisting the sick and theirfamilies and others in need of support and encouragement. He was a big part of the success of the CrimeStoppers Shred Event.
Crime Stoppers of the Sioux Empire is honored and thankful for theservice of these fine men and offer their heartfelt condolences to the familiesand friends they inspired.
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