Safe Schools
September 01, 2022

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The Safe Schools Program operates as an umbrella program under the guidance of the WCCS Board of Directors.  All High Schools and Middle Schools in Williamson County are encouraged to use this program on campus and engage the student population to report criminal activity or school violations.  Any information provided is guaranteed to be anonymous and successful tips can qualify for a reward of up to $200.00.

This project, which began about 3 years ago, meets Governor Abbot’s School and Firearm Safety Action Plan recommendation to “Expand Crime Stoppers operations and launch an awareness campaign for school employees and students to encourage the reporting of tips related to school crime.”

If you SEE SOMETHING or HEAR SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING.

WCCS has partnered with over 20 high schools (HS) and middle schools (MS) in our Safe Schools Program.

Following are our current Safe School Partners:

CD Fulkes MS
Coupland ISD
Forbes MS
Georgetown Eastview HS
Georgetown HS
Georgetown Richarte HS
Granger ISD HS & MS
Hutto HS
Jarrell ISD HS and MS
Leander HS
Liberty Hill HS & MS
Round Rock HS
Stony Point HS
Taylor MS
Thrall ISD
Tippit MS
 


Stony Point High School Donation
January 27, 2022

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Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board Member Joe Derrick presented Round Rock ISD Police Officers Armando Villescaz and Frank Pontillo with 150 lanyards and cell phone pop sockets in the Stony Point High School "school colors" and embossed with the Crime Stoppers logo on 01/27/2022.  They were also given some parking lot signs with Crime Stoppers Safe School contact information on them. 

“See Something, Hear Something, Say Something”



Hutto ISD Donation
January 06, 2022

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On Wednesday, January 5th, Crime Stoppers Board Member Joe Derrick delivered 300 Lanyards and 150 cell phone pop sockets to Hutto ISD Police Chief William Edwards and Sergeant Brian Henderson for distribution to students & staff.  In support of the Crime Stoppers Safe School program and the “See Something, Say Something” project, the lanyards and pop sockets are customized with the Hutto High School “colors” with the Crime Stoppers logo and mobile application P3TIPS logo.

Round Rock HS and Liberty Hill HS Donations
October 28, 2021

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Safe School Committee Chair Joe Derrick has been busy delivering donated lanyards and cell phone pop sockets to local high schools.  They are customized with the local school’s “colors” and each school received 150 of each item.  Pictured with Joe are SRO Luis Marquez and Ms. Veronica Velazquez from Round Rock High School and Sergeant Wolf from Liberty Hill High School.

This is a sample lanyard and pop socket donated to Round Rock and Liberty Hill High schools by Williamson County Crime Stoppers.


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TV Donations for Liberty Hill ISD
October 01, 2019

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Williamson County Crime Stoppers Visited Liberty Hill ISD and was pleased to donate several 55-inch television monitors for the High School, Middle School and Intermediate School. The TVs will be mounted in common areas of the school so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity, school violations or suspicious activity.

These kind Words from the Liberty Hill ISD that were posted on their Facebook  Page:

"Thank you Williamson County Crime Stoppers - Texas for the TVs donated to the Liberty Hill Intermediate School Liberty Hill Junior High School and Liberty Hill High School as part of your Safe School Program. This program encourages student participation of the See or Hear Something, Say Something campaign using the TV monitors for students to view current school notices, events and to be reminded that Crime Stoppers Safe Program is available for them to use when reporting any criminal activity or school violations. Wilco Crimestoppers also provided the signs displayed on all our ISD school buses with this information. We appreciate your support and partnership in keeping our students and schools safe. #communitychampions Steve Snell

Liberty Hill ISD

Superintendent Steven Snell"


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WCCS Donates 2 TVs to Leander High School
August 22, 2019

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On August 22nd, 2019  Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors donated two 55-inch television monitors to Leander High School.  The TVs will be mounted in common areas of the school so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity, school violations or suspicious activity.

If you SEE SOMETHING or HEAR SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING.

Pictured are Leander Assistant Principal Tom Robbins, Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board Member Joe Derrick and Leander School Resource Police Officer Graham.



WCCS Donates More TVs to GRANGER ISD
August 12, 2019

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On August 12th, 2019 the Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors donated two additional television monitors to the Granger ISD.  The TVs will be mounted in common areas of the Junior High and Elementary Schools so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity, school violations or suspicious activity.   Last July two monitors were donated to the High School and have been enthusiastically received by the staff and students.

Pictured are Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board Chairman Sam Jordan with Granger ISD Principal Mike Abbott and Crime Stoppers Board Member Bob Cermak along with photos of the TV Monitors currently in operation for the High School


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WCCS Makes Donations to JARRELL ISD
August 03, 2019

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On August 23RD, 2019 Williamson County Crime Stoppers donated four 55-inch TV Monitors to the Jarrell ISD.  The TVs will be mounted in common areas of the high school and middle school so that students can view upcoming events, current school notices, and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity, school violations or suspicious activity.

If you SEE SOMETHING or HEAR SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING.

Pictured are Jarrell High School Principal James Larremore with WCCS Board Member Joe Derrick and Middle School Principal Jeremy Hill with part of his staff.


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Hutto ISD receives 2 - 55 in TVs
April 11, 2019

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As part of its Safe School Program, Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board Members Sam Jordan and Joe Derrick donated two 55 inch Television Monitors to the Hutto ISD on April 11th, 2019.   The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to anonymously report any criminal activity or school violations.

Pictured along with Crime Stoppers Board Members Sam Jordan and Joe Derrick are Principal Roy Christian and Police Chief William Edwards, Corporal Brian Henson and Officers Alex Spencer, Herman Cantu, Michelle O'Neil, Brittin Mulligan, and Chris Contreras of the Hutto ISD Police Department.



James Tippit Middle School Receives 2 - 55 in TVs
January 19, 2019

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On January 9th, 2019 the WCCS Board of Directors donated two 55-inch LED Television Monitors to James Tippit Middle School in Georgetown.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to anonymously report any criminal activity or school violations. 

Pictured are School Resource Officer Sarah Turowski and Principal Alfonso Longoria with Crime Stoppers Board Members Joe Derrick and Llorente Navarrette



Two 55 in TVs donated to Forbes Middle School
November 08, 2018

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On November 8th, 2018 the WCCS Board of Directors donated two 55 inch LED Television Monitors to Forbes Middle School.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to anonymously report any criminal activity or school violations.

Pictured are Principal Justin Del Bosque, Sam Jordan, Chairman of the Crime Stoppers Board, School Resource Officer Shannon Hall and Joe Derrick, Safe School Committee Chair



Georgetown High School receives 2 - 55 in TVs
November 08, 2018

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On November 8th, 2018, the WCCS Board of Directors donated two 55 inch LED Television Monitors to the Georgetown High School.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to anonymously report any criminal activity or school violations. 

Pictured are Student Resource Officer Vern Kemp,  Assistant Principal Lindsay Cooper, Joe Derrick, WCCS Safe School Committee Chair, Principal Wes Vanicek and Sam Jordan, Chairman of the WCCS Board.



WCCS Donated 2 - 55 in TVs to Chip Richarte High School
November 08, 2018

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On November 8th, 2018 the Williamson County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors donated two 55 inch LED Television Monitors to Chip Richarte High School.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to anonymously report any criminal activity or school violations. 

Pictured are Joe Derrick, Crime Stoppers Safe School Committee Chair, Sam Jordan, Chairman of the Crime Stoppers Board and Principal Rob Dyer



WCCS donates 2 - 55 in TVs to Taylor Middle School
October 05, 2018

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WCCS Board of Directors donated two 55 inch television monitors to Taylor Middle School on October 5th, 2018.  The Monitors will be mounted in common school areas so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity or school violations.

Pictured are Williamson County SRO Deputy Perez, Assistant Principals Alane Ognowski and Austin Chandler and Crime Stoppers Board Members Sam Jordan and Bob Cermak.



Granger ISD receives 2 Television Monitors
July 27, 2018

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On July 27th, 2018 the WCCS Board of Directors donated two television monitors to the Granger ISD.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity or school violations. 

In the photo is WCCS Board Chairman Sam Jordan with Granger ISD Athletic Director Walt Brock



Coupland ISD to use Donated TVs to promote Crime Stoppers
June 21, 2018

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Williamson County Crime Stoppers donated two 55 inch television monitors to the Coupland ISD on June 21st, 2018.  The TVs will be mounted in common school areas, so that students can view current school notices, upcoming events and be reminded that the Crime Stoppers Safe School Program is available for them to report any criminal activity or school violations. 

The Safe Schools Program operates as an umbrella program under the guidance of the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors.  All High Schools and Middle Schools in Williamson County are encouraged to use this program on campus and engage the student population to report criminal activity or school violations.  Any information provided is guaranteed to be anonymous and successful tips can qualify for a reward of up to $200.00.

This project, which began about 3 years ago, meets Governor Abbot’s School and Firearm Safety Action Plan recommendation to “Expand Crime Stoppers operations and launch an awareness campaign for school employees and students to encourage the reporting of tips related to school crime.”

If you SEE SOMETHING or HEAR SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING.

Pictured are Crime Stoppers Board Chairman Sam Jordan with Coupland ISD Superintendent Tammy Brinkman.



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