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If you see anything suspicious, don't hesitate to send a tip anonymously to our police. Most rewards will be $25 to $50, but an award of up to $2,000 is possible. 

What tips are valuable? Anything related to crime or public safety: theft, assault, drug transactions, underage drinking, vandalism, to name a few. All submissions are anonymous!

How does it work? When you submit a tip, you are assigned a confidential code number, which becomes your identity. The reward can be collected only with the confidential code.

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How your tips helped us previously

Police issue warrant

University police have issued a warrant for Wendell Dale Norris Jr., who is wanted in questioning related to an aggrevated burglary in the 200 block of Spicer Street on July 31, 2014.

Norris, who is not a student, is a 41 year old black male, standing 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing about 180. Phone a tip to police at 330-972-2911 or any of the buttons above.

House raided after tip

Police received an anonymous tip about an off-campus residence possibly being a drug house.

Detectives watched activity in and around the house closely for a period.

Shortly thereafter, police raided the house, and four people were arrested

Auto accident details

Someone observed a car backing into another vehicle in a campus parking lot.

The witness submitted a tip anonymously, providing the make and model of the car, along with its license plate.

The police's traffic bureau followed up and the driver was cited.