About our Program

  In 1984 a group of local citizens and business owners came together to form Crime Stoppers of Ouachita in Northeast Louisiana.  In 2017 Crime Stoppers of Ouachita voted on expanding our reach to help solve felony crimes outside the Parish of Ouachita.  In February of 2018 the program evolved into Crime Stoppers of North Delta to encompass additional parishes in Northern Louisiana.  We are still a non-profit, volunteer organization. Over the years this Crime Stoppers program has been credited with providing information that has aided Law Enforcement in solving thousands of local crimes and recovering over $3,000,000 in stolen property. By financially rewarding tipsters and by providing three 24-hour, easily accessible ways for people to anonymously inform Law Enforcement, Crime Stoppers of North Delta removes the two main reasons individuals don’t report information about a crime: fear of retaliation and an unwillingness to get involved.  This program and all of it's software will allow the tipster to be 100% anonymous. 

Mission Statement

Crime Stoppers is comprised of diverse, active and dedicated community representatives. Crime Stoppers provides a method for Law Enforcement to receive information on crimes. These efforts increase tips, which in turn increase arrests in our community.

Crime Stoppers of North Delta

Sgt. Chuck Johnson      Coordinator
Sgt. Carey Satre      Co-Coordinator
Mel Cohen      President
Kelly Coates      Treasurer
Georgia Street      Secretary
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