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The Quick 50 Program
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The Greater Beloit Area Crime Stoppers' Quick 50 program is a way for young people to be involved in the efforts for school and community safety.
The Quick 50 program was started in 1993 in the Stateline Area and now involves schools in Beloit, South Beloit and Clinton, said Detective John Fahrney, Greater Beloit Area Crime Stoppers coordinator.
Students can provide information about drugs, alcohol and weapons in school, and the program also seeks information about bomb threats.
Students are asked to contact the school resource officer with information about these activities. If the information leads to an arrest or school discipline, the student is paid a reward directly by the school resource officer.
The same guarantees of anonymity given to Crime Stoppers tipsters applies in the Quick 50 program. Students will not have their identities revealed if they give information about crimes or unsafe behavior.
The Beloit Police Department tries to let students know about the Quick 50 program in a variety of ways. At the beginning of the school year, during assemblies, information about the Quick 50 program is offered to students.
informational article published by the Beloit Daily News
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