About the North Texas Crime Commission

Our History

The North Texas Crime Commission (formerly the Greater Dallas Crime Commission) was established in 1950. We believe proper enforcement and enlightened prevention can be achieved through a comprehensive and cooperative effort involving concerned citizens and law enforcement.

We also provide a forum for the exchange of information between local law enforcement and federal agencies such as the F.B.I., D.E.A. and the U.S. Marshals service. But we can only accomplish our mission with public support.



What does the NTCC do?

If you live or work in North Texas, the NTCC is working to keep you safe.

We operate the North Texas Crime Stoppers reward program. It pays rewards for anonymous tips and forwards that information to the appropriate law enforcement agency.

Under the umbrella of Crime Stoppers, we operate the North Texas Campus Crime Stoppers(c). This program allows students to anonymously report criminal activity on their campuses.

We develop and promote crime scene re-enactments to highlight unsolved crimes.

We bring important criminal justice issues to the attention of the state’s legislature.

We provide support to law enforcement for advanced training equipment.

We support programs that provide special law enforcement community based training and intervention.


We Get Results

The NTCC accomplishes its mission through the work of various committees comprised of volunteers from the community, law enforcement, corporate partners, civic and educational institutions. We also form affiliations with groups to receive and/or manage grant funds supporting law enforcement.