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Powell heads Crime Stoppers
AMITE — Jody W. Powell has been named chief executive officer and executive director of Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa Parish. Crime Stoppers pays cash for anonymous tips that lead to arrests for criminal activity.
Jan. 15, 2009

Wanted by Crime Stoppers: Volunteers
AMITE — Crime Stoppers is seeking volunteers to help with its public programs. Executive Director and CEO Jodie Powell of Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa says Crime Stoppers needs volunteers from throughout the parish to help jump start the agency...
Mar. 31, 2009

Each municipality has Crime Stoppers rep
Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa welcomed two new directors at their board meeting Monday at the Tangipahoa Parish School Board office in Amite. Anita Cutrer was appointed to the board by Tangipahoa Parish government, and the city of Ponchatoula appointe...
Apr. 10, 2009

Crime Stoppers accepts tips about energy crime
Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa has added an Energy Crime Stoppers Hotline. Energy sector crimes are crimes against electrical, power, chemical, oil and gas industries, explained Jodie Powell, executive director. Examples of these crimes may involve th...
Apr. 23, 2009

U.S. deputy marshal to speak at Crime Stoppers banquet
Chief Deputy Steven Hartman of the Eastern District US Marshal’s Service will be guest speaker for Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa first awards luncheon on June 19. Jodie W. Powell, CEO and executive director, announced Crime Stoppers will present...
Jun. 5, 2009

Crime Stoppers needs volunteers
Crime Stoppers’ Executive Director and CEO Jody Powell needs some help from local volunteers willing to serve on community awareness committees. She particularly mentions the Tangipahoa Parish Night Out Against Crime that will coincide with the...
Apr. 2, 2009

Crime Stoppers at full steam
Crime Stoppers of Tangiphoa has a full team, and they are running at full steam to get criminals off the streets. The new board of directors features representatives of each of the local communities. Their names were listed in this newspaper Wednesda...
Jan. 29, 2009

Energy thefts affect customers
Somebody always has to pay. Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa is not touting its new energy crime hotline as a way to lower customers’ energy bills, but it stands to reason that reducing the thefts could help keep our bills down — similar to t...
Apr. 24, 2009