About our Program

Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers of Fort Bend County is a 501(c) non-profit organization that has been assisting law enforcement in our community since 1981.  Crime Stoppers is solely operated by a volunteer civilian board and a police coordinator. 
The Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers serves all of the law enforcement agencies in Fort Bend County.  It has become necessary to utilize all of the modern technology available to keep pace with one of the fastest growing counties in Texas.  Tips received will be directed to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation.  Rewards, when approved by the board, will be handle by and in accordance with the policies of the Crime Stoppers program handling the tip.

Mission Statement

Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers is comprised of diverse, active and dedicated community representatives along with a Agency Coordinator.  Crime Stoppers provides a method for local law enforcement to receive information on crimes. These efforts increase tips, which in turn increase arrests in our community.  Crime Stoppers works with the public by giving everyone an opportunity to share information about felony crimes while remaining anonymous.  Most people want to help keep their communities safe but do not want to get involved to the point where they might have to testify in court or possibly face retaliation from the suspects.


Who is Involved

Leslie Woods      Chairperson
Mitzie Norman      Secretary
Selena Love      Treasurer
Tiffaney Budnik      Coordinator
Elvia Morales      Board Member
Ashley Keith      Board Member
Tom Wallis      Board Member
George Paruch      Board Member
Bob Haenel      Board Member
Kristine Thomason      Board Member
McDonald Shawn      Board Member
Lora Bradshaw      Coordinator-Ft Bend ISD PD Campus Program