Judges and criminal justice reform advocates say Crime Stoppers of Houston has taken a partisan turn and is engaging in misleading conversations about crime across the city.
St. John Barned-Smith, Houston Chronicle
This is an excerpt from Fighting crime or political battles? Crime Stoppers of Houston is drawing scrutiny with partisan voice:
Long known as one of the largest chapters in the United States, Crime Stoppers of Houston boasts a spacious headquarters in Midtown, a high-profile CEO who earns nearly as much as Houston’s police chief and a multi-million dollar budget.
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