Established in 1986, the Morris County Sheriff’s Crimestoppers is a non-profit organization operated by a board of commissioners and funded by contributions from the business and private sector.
Board members are dedicated volunteer civilians who donate their time and effort in the fight against crime and share a common goal: they want to make Morris County as safe and secure as possible.
Designed to encourage the citizens of Morris County to assist law enforcement in solving and reducing crimes in our communities, the program provides an easy and anonymous mechanism for concerned citizens to report information relating to criminal activity…and offers cash rewards as an incentive.
If you have information about a crime, Call: 973-COP-CALL (973-267-2255) or 1-800-SHERIFF (1-800-743-7433).
2016 Leaping Leo Award
Pictured Left to Right: Detective Sergeant Paul Kosakowski, Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Chief Darren Dachisen and John Sette, Crime Stoppers President.
On December 12, 2016, Detective Sergeant Paul Kosakowski and the Madison Police Department, Bureau of Investigation received the Morris County Sheriff’s Department’s Leaping Leo Award for their extensive use of the Crime Stoppers program.
In 2016 the Madison Police Department Bureau of Investigations led Morris County with 7 tips, 4 follow up tips and released 3 ‘Crimes of the Week’ publications.