KCSA Member Programs Receive CSUSA Awards
October 09, 2020
Two Kansas Crime Stoppers Association programs received national awards at the Crime Stoppers USA Annual Meeting in September.
Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers received the award for Best Television PSA in the 1 million plus category. The program submitted a local news television story about the success of enhanced rewards on homicide cases. The program also received the award for Board Member of the Year, which was presented to Ray Zakovich.
Crime Stoppers of Wichita – Sedgwick County received the award for Best Social Media in the 250,000 – 1 million population category. The program submitted is “Abominable Snowman” social media PSA to be judged.
The Kansas Crime Stoppers Association is proud of its member organizations for representing the KCSA on a national level!
2020 Scholarship Winners Announced
April 29, 2020
Topeka, KS - The Kansas Crime Stoppers Association (KCSA) announced its annual collegiate scholarship winners this month. Alexis Swearingen, a senior at Jayhawk Linn High School and Aspen Liby, a senior at Andale High School are both this year’s recipients of a $500 scholarship offered by the KCSA.
The two students were chosen out of a field of over 200 Kansas high school seniors. Each year, the KCSA offers scholarships to exemplary seniors. Students who apply for the scholarship are asked to complete an application that includes a transcript, a letter of recommendation, and a personal essay.
Swearingen plans to attend Wichita State University this fall, where she will major in the Criminal Justice program. Liby plans to attend Kansas State University this fall and will study in the Food Science program.
The KCSA congratulates this year’s winners and all other Kansas seniors on their accomplishments during the school year.
Executive Board Meeting
April 24, 2020
The quarterly executive board meeting is scheduled for Friday, July 17, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. The location is TBA.