GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - Green Bay's local Crime Stoppers is responsible for more than 100 arrests, in the last 25 years.
Today volunteers gathered to mark the milestone.
The non-profit allows tipsters in the community to report information about a crime while staying anonymous.
People can also earn a cash reward.
While celebrating success today's event was also a time to share future goals.
"Students stopping crime is our next step to get with students in their schools so they can take ownership not only in their schools, but in the community as well to help us out" says Crime Stoppers Vice President Hans Lux.
Crime Stoppers is also looking to increase its presence on social media.
For a link to Crime Stoppers, and their current cases click here.