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UNION LEADERS COLLABORATE EFFORTS TO STOP PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE AND HEROIN USE Posted on: 02/13/14
February 12, 2014, Monroe, MI. Crime Stoppers and three unions in Southeastern Michigan will be hosting a press conference to announce the partnership to help the fight against prescription drug abuse and the heroin epidemic that is destroying many lives. The United Auto Workers, Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Laborers Local 499 have donated a total of $10,000 to assist Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement in a new prevention effort to attack this problem. Prescription drug abuse and heroin use has the particular quality of changing the face of entire neighborhoods and cities. Crime has increased in areas where drug abuse has risen and an increase in overdose deaths are also attributed to this problem. Thankfully, a united response from the union leaders and their membership can make a powerful change. Crime Stoppers of Michigan, United Auto Workers, Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, Laborers Local 499 and families across Monroe County welcome this initiative. For over 20 years now we have worked vigorously to make a difference in all seven counties that we serve, said John Broad, President of Crime Stoppers of Michigan. I am excited that these unions have partnered with Crime Stoppers to assist in the prevention effort and people in the community are starting to understand what we do and how we do it and are working together to build safer communities. Monroe County Prosecutor William Paul Nichols indicated that this initiative was one of many steps that arose from the first  ever prescription drug abuse and heroin summit held at the Monroe County Community College on December 3, 2013. Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest regarding prescription drug abuse or heroin. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.
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WILLIE BURTON HAS JOINED THE CRIME STOPPERS TEAM Posted on: 11/14/13

November 7, 2013, Detroit, MI. Willie Burton has joined a new team  Crimes Stoppers of Michigan. Needless to say, Burton plans to make the same type of contributions to the organization that he did over the course of his nine year career as an NBA Ballplayer.
“I am proud to have Willie Burton join the Crime Stoppers family,” said John Broad, President of Crime Stoppers of Michigan. “I think his years as a professional athlete will give the many students we come in contact with, the idea that anything is possible if you dream the impossible dream and look beyond just what is happening in front of you.”
On this team, he will be the Project Safe Campus Manager, where he will be in charge of making school a fun place to go during the day, a place of solitude and safety. He will be responsible for various student lead initiatives in 300 high schools and 500 middles schools  or whoever is willing to listen to him  throughout the seven counties, in and around Detroit.
Who can forget Burton? He is one of the many young men who played basketball in the city of Detroit, who actually achieved the downright improbable dream of playing in the NBA. The native son is a graduate of St. Martin De Porres High School, where he led them to Michigan Class C state championship in the mid 1980’s. From there it was on to a stellar career at the University of Minnesota.
In June of 1990, Willie Burton, became part of a great tradition of basketball players from the Detroit area to be drafted into a very elite club  the NBA. The Miami Heat drafted him ninth overall in the first round of the NBA draft.ᅠ Consequently, Burton went on to have a successful career as a professional.
As his career came to a close, Burton knew it was time for him to move forward with an entire new set of goals, one of them was to give back to a community that had given so much to him. After all, the city he left as an 18-year-old to play college basketball  was vastly different than the one he grew up in, which fueled his desire to work for and with an organization like Crime Stoppers of Michigan.

“My job is to get kids to understand that it is their social responsibility to look out for one another,” Burton said. “They have a huge hand in helping us create a safe, functional campus life for everyone.”
Burton is also the President Educated Stars of Tomorrow, where he has worked as an Educator, Mentor, Instructor and Motivational Speaker . It was here that he really learned how important his message is to helping people, especially those who need the help, to help themselves.

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WILLIE BURTON HAS JOINED THE CRIME STOPPERS TEAM Posted on: 11/14/13

November 7, 2013, Detroit, MI. Willie Burton has joined a new team  Crimes Stoppers of Michigan. Needless to say, Burton plans to make the same type of contributions to the organization that he did over the course of his nine year career as an NBA Ballplayer.
“I am proud to have Willie Burton join the Crime Stoppers family,” said John Broad, President of Crime Stoppers of Michigan. “I think his years as a professional athlete will give the many students we come in contact with, the idea that anything is possible if you dream the impossible dream and look beyond just what is happening in front of you.”
On this team, he will be the Project Safe Campus Manager, where he will be in charge of making school a fun place to go during the day, a place of solitude and safety. He will be responsible for various student lead initiatives in 300 high schools and 500 middles schools  or whoever is willing to listen to him  throughout the seven counties, in and around Detroit.
Who can forget Burton? He is one of the many young men who played basketball in the city of Detroit, who actually achieved the downright improbable dream of playing in the NBA. The native son is a graduate of St. Martin De Porres High School, where he led them to Michigan Class C state championship in the mid 1980’s. From there it was on to a stellar career at the University of Minnesota.
In June of 1990, Willie Burton, became part of a great tradition of basketball players from the Detroit area to be drafted into a very elite club  the NBA. The Miami Heat drafted him ninth overall in the first round of the NBA draft.ᅠ Consequently, Burton went on to have a successful career as a professional.
As his career came to a close, Burton knew it was time for him to move forward with an entire new set of goals, one of them was to give back to a community that had given so much to him. After all, the city he left as an 18-year-old to play college basketball  was vastly different than the one he grew up in, which fueled his desire to work for and with an organization like Crime Stoppers of Michigan.

“My job is to get kids to understand that it is their social responsibility to look out for one another,” Burton said. “They have a huge hand in helping us create a safe, functional campus life for everyone.”
Burton is also the President Educated Stars of Tomorrow, where he has worked as an Educator, Mentor, Instructor and Motivational Speaker . It was here that he really learned how important his message is to helping people, especially those who need the help, to help themselves.

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BILLBOARDS FOR MOTHERS DONATION CAMPAIGN Posted on: 01/19/12
If you would like to make a donation to the Billboards for Mothers Campaign, please go to the online form. Billboards for Mothers Online donation form
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To donate please send a check to Crime Stoppers of Michigan and mail to: 10900 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI 48213, or by credit card please call (313) 922-5000.