Attorney Michael Hupy spoke at the Wisconsin Independent Business Association’s (WIBA) monthly breakfast meeting on Friday, June 18th at the Wisconsin Club. He was invited by Salvatore V. Soldano, Senior Vice President of Finance at Wells Fargo, to address more than 100 attendees about the importance of Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers has over 300 chapters across the country. It is a nonprofit organization, operated by community volunteers, that encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy. Crime Stoppers relies on citizens in the community to volunteer vital information, while remaining anonymous, to help law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime. Citizens may be eligible for a cash reward for anonymous tip information.

Attorney Hupy is one of the founders and board members of Milwaukee Crime Stoppers. “I’m proud to serve as President of Milwaukee Crime Stoppers. We have far too much unsolved crime in Milwaukee.” He provided additional information, detailed in a brochure, that explains how Crime Stoppers works, statistics on accomplishments and how to support. Attorney Hupy also mentioned that as a supporter, the Milwaukee Athletic Club (MAC) is including a Crime Stoppers PSA in its online weekly newsletter. 

More About Milwaukee Crime Stoppers

If you would like to give a financial donation to Crime Stoppers, go to milwaukeecrimestoppers.com.

If you have any information about a crime or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS (8477) or submit a web tip. You can download the free mobile app at P3Tips.com. You do not have to give your name. Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward if an arrest is made, and you will always remain anonymous. 

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