About our Program

The Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers Program began in 1987 from the efforts of the Green Bay Police Chief after a federal crime prevention grant was received. The Mayor of Green Bay authorized the start of the program with a 8 member citizens board. In 1988 the program was expanded to cover all of Brown County, and the name Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers was adopted. Since that time, the concept has developed into a combination of efforts by local media, businesses, civic and social clubs, law enforcement agencies, and the public. Donations of airtime, newspaper space, and reward monies have established Crime Stoppers as an effective tool to fight crime in the area. |||

Mission & Vision Statements

The Mission of Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers is to deter, reduce, and assist in the solving of crime.

Our vision is to engage the community in support of Brown County area law enforcement in the apprehension of criminals, and to deter and reduce criminal activities through education within our schools and through interaction with the community, the media, and law enforcement.  |

Who is Involved

NamePosition
Rob Moore      President
Dale Carper      Vice President
Hans Lux, Jr.      Coordinator
Dave Byrnes      Treasurer
Mary McMonagle      Secretary
Jeff Kennedy      Board Member
Mike Erickson      Board Member
Andre Jacque      Board Member
Neil Strobel      Board Member
Christine Riemer      Board Member
Roger Allen      Board Member
Diana Kruzicki      Board Member
Brian Brost      Board Member
Captain Chad Opicka      LE Coordinator
Lt. Terry Rottier      LE Coordinator
Melanie Skalmoski      LE Coordinator
Chief Eric Boulanger      Law Enforcement Member
Officer Paul Grunert      Law Enforcement Member
Officer Heather Martin      Law Enforcement Member
Lt. Kevin Pawlak      Law Enforcement Member
Jeremy Donath      Probation and Parole Member

Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers