In-Class Training

Texas Crime Stoppers offers a series of two day courses for board members, sponsors, administrators, and coordinators of Texas Crime Stoppers organizations. These courses include the following topics: operational guidelines, board responsibilities, legal items, record keeping, campus crime stoppers, tip taking best practices, annual reporting, certification requirements, fundraising and marketing, volunteer management.

Upcoming Training Dates

Crime Stoppers of Houston - Campus Program Expansion, Governor Abbott School Safety Action Plan

  • Safe Schools Training, December 7- 8, 2020 (Virtual Training)
  • Free LIVE webinar 2-day training 
  • TCOLE credit will be offered

To receive full credit from the Office of the Governor: The Texas Crime Stoppers at Office of the Governor will offer continuing certification credit. Attendees will need to attend all ten (10) virtual presentations to receive credit for two days.

Registration is Now Open

2021 Quarterly Statewide Virtual Trainings for Houston

  • February 22nd & 23rd, 2021
  • April 29th & 30th, 2021
  • July 26th & 27th, 2021

Marketing for Crime Stoppers Webinar Series

Join us in our latest initiative to market Texas Crime Stoppers programs by participating in a series of four webinar calls. Receive material to take back to your Board, volunteers, and team to discuss and fine-tune the materials to fit your Crime Stoppers organization and community. Since each webinar builds upon the last, you’ll want to attend each webinar in order to produce your organization’s specialized Strategic Marketing Plan (getting Board input along the way) and then put it into practice! Each webinar will be interactive; includes time for Q&A, and you’ll have items to discuss with your board before the next webinar.

To register and obtain additional information, please select the applicable webinar in which you would like to partake in:

Webinar #1 - Presented on July 8, 2019

Webinar #2 - Presented on August 15, 2019

Webinar #3 - Presented on September 26, 2019

Webinar #4 - Presented on November 7, 2019