Poe said that the goal of the partnership is to enhance both programs inside schools helping kindergarten through twelfth grade.
Students, faculty, and employees could log on to a website and be able to anonymously report "anything that smells foul", from bullying to feeling ostracized to drug use, says Poe.
"It's all about protecting our kids," said Tim Thomas, president of Hopkins County Crime Stoppers.
The Madisonville Police Department usually rewards tippers to Crime Stoppers with money, but MPD proposed to instead give funding to Hopkins County Schools.The program will be voted upon in a future Hopkins County Board of Education meeting.
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