It's that time again...
TRIVIA NIGHT 2018
Joins us for an evening of brain-teasing fun and prize giveaways as Silent Witness hosts their 5th Annual Trivia Night!
We will feature a buffet dinner, no-host bar, live auctions, and raffle prizes.
Gather up your friends, family members, co-workers, and neighbors.
IT"S GAME TIME!
Click HERE to register.
Silent Witness is dedicated to creating safer communities by working in partnership with citizens, media and law enforcement to solve and prevent crime within the state of Arizona. Although we work in partnership with the Phoenix Police Department, we are a separate, community based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. ALL of the rewards paid out are funded entirely through private donations and grants -- not taxes. Since 1979, Silent Witness has been successfully solving felony crimes throughout the Valley:
Over 11,300 felony crimes solved as the result of Silent Witness.
Over $31,210,000 worth of property and drugs seized.
Over 6,700 violent felons arrested and off the streets.
Over $2,070,000 in rewards paid into the community.
A funny and dark true crimes book by author Darren Burch. All proceeds from the sale of this book go to Silent Witness.
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National Strong Book Review: "Gut-clenching and laugh-out-loud funny..."
Great for the Pro-Police people in your life.
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Silent Witness Stats Year-To-Date:
Cases Cleared 175
Property Recovered $27,126
Drugs Recovered $580
Silent Witness is funded entirely through private donations and grants. Please consider supporting us with a donation today.
Your donation is tax deductible.
(Tax ID/EIN #86-0363598)
"On behalf of the Colorado River Indian Tribal Police Department and the community of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, we want to extend our gratitude and appreciation for your help in the capture of escaped inmate...This individual was dangerous and a threat to members of our community."
Randolph Stewart, Acting Chief of Police
Colorado River Indian Tribal Police Department