Not one of the 33,000 anonymous callers that have sent tips to the Crime Stoppers call center has been identified.
A point of pride for its president, Dan DiBardino has lots to tout about the community-centric initiative.
"We support 200 law agencies, and our core mission is to make sure citizens have an opportunity to provide safe and confidential info about a crime that may take place or has already taken place," he said.
More than $25,000 has been paid out to those had have helped police prevent and solve crimes.
Now they have a new opportunity for businesses looking to partner in outreach programs.
Call 313-922-5000 and ask for Dan for more information.