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29th Annual "Light The Night Against Crime" 5k Walk/Run Is TONIGHT! Register on site!

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YOU CAN STILL REGISTER ON SITE AT BALBOA PARK STARTING AT 5:00PM ON RACE DAY.

On October 24th, San Diego County Crime Stoppers will host its 29th Annual “Light the Night Against Crime” 5k Run/Walk at Balboa Park! This night-time event is a fun, family-friendly evening featuring a costume contest, music and pre- and post-race festivities. It’s a great opportunity for families to come out together and enjoy an evening in the park.

Each runner receives a high quality dri-fit short sleeved T-shirt! Award metals will be given to the top 3 in each age group at the event.

It's Halloween time, so feel free to dress up! Make sure that it's easy to run in!

There will be an exciting expo with a 'haunted bus', law enforcement displays and demonstrations! The expo will be open from 5pm – 9pm. Sign up and bring some pocket change to enjoy tasty food too!

San Diego County Crime Stoppers is celebrating their 31st year anniversary, so come on out and show your support. Proceeds benefit San Diego County Crime Stopper's Felony Crime Reward Fund and its community education program.

29th Annual Light the Night Against Crime 5k Run/Walk!

  • Starting line opens at 7:00pm
  • Every participant will be individually timed
  • Loot bags will be awarded to the first 25 Cops and Robbers who finish together

See you at the event!!

29th Annual Crime Stoppers Light the Night Against Crime 5K Run/Walk in Balboa Park October 24th

ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 11:59 PM, ON 10/23/15.  HOWEVER, STAY CALM BECAUSE YOU CAN STILL REGISTER ON SITE AT BALBOA PARK STARTING AT 5:00PM ON RACE DAY! On October 24th, San Diego County Crime Stoppers will host its 29th Annual “Light the Night Against Crime” 5k Run/Walk at Balboa Park! This night-time event is a fun, family-friendly evening featuring a costume contest, music and pre- and post-race festivities. It’s a great opportunity for families to come out together and enjoy an evening in the park.

Each runner receives a high quality dri-fit short sleeved T-shirt! Award metals will be given to the top 3 in each age group at the event.

It's Halloween time, so feel free to dress up! Make sure that it's easy to run in!

There will be an exciting expo with a 'haunted bus', law enforcement displays and demonstrations! The expo will be open from 5pm – 9pm. Sign up and bring some pocket change to enjoy tasty food too!

San Diego County Crime Stoppers is celebrating their 31st year anniversary, so come on out and show your support. Proceeds benefit San Diego County Crime Stopper's Felony Crime Reward Fund and its community education program.

29th Annual Light the Night Against Crime 5k Run/Walk!

  • Starting line opens at 7:00pm
  • Every participant will be individually timed
  • Loot bags will be awarded to the first 25 Cops and Robbers who finish together

For more information on becoming an event sponsor or on having a booth at the event, please visit www.sdcrimestoppers.org and click on the Light The Night 5K banner or link. See you at the event!!

Event details and schedule

5:00pm Expo/Registration Opens

Runners and Robbers 5k Start @ 7:00pm

Cops Start @ 7:03 pm

Jaywalkers Start @ 7:05 pm

Expo goes until 9:00pm

Light The Night Against Crime 5K October 25, 2014 Balboa Park!

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ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 11:59 PM, ON 10/24/14.  HOWEVER, STAY CALM BECAUSE YOU CAN STILL REGISTER ON SITE AT BALBOA PARK STARTING AT 5:00PM ON RACE DAY!

On October 25TH, San Diego County Crime Stoppers will host its 28th Annual “Light the Night Against Crime” 5k Run/Walk at Balboa Park! This night-time event is a fun, family-friendly evening featuring a costume contest, music and pre- and post-race festivities. It’s a great opportunity for families to come out together and enjoy an evening in the park.

Each runner receives a high quality dryfit short sleeved T-shirt! Award metals will be given to the top 3 in each age group at the event.

It's Halloween time, so dress up! Make sure that it's easy to run in!

There will be an exciting expo with a 'haunted bus', law enforcement displays & demonstrations! The expo will be open from 5pm – 9pm.  Sign up and bring some pocket change...there will be food too.

Proceeds benefit San Diego County Crime Stopper's Felony Crime Reward Fund and its community education program.  San Diego County Crime Stoppers is celebrating their 30th year anniversary, so come on out and show your support.

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San Diego County Crime Stoppers Featured on News 8

News 8 gets an inside look at how our local Crime Stoppers reward program works!

Who gets the rewards offered by San Diego Crime Stoppers?

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - In Los Angeles, there is still haggling going on over who should get a reward in the manhunt for former L.A. cop Christopher Dorner. So how does the tipster reward system work here in San Diego County?

You've heard the plea thousands of times on News 8 -- an urgent request to find San Diego's most wanted. But are the suspects featured in Crime Stoppers reports really getting caught? And what about a reward for information leading to capture?

Once a month, a volunteer board of directors considers successful tips and decides who should be paid and how much for bringing criminals to justice.

"It really is an entire community collaboration, cooperation, and this is what Crime Stoppers is all about," SDPD Asst. Chief Shelley Zimmerman said.

To sustain Crime Stoppers' Students Speaking Out reward program, SDG&E presented the board with a $25,000 check.

In a community where citizens work together to solve crimes, the threat of capture and swift punishment serves as a strong deterrent to would-be criminals.

"Of all the programs you see and hear about throughout the law enforcement community, this is one that truly works. It's got almost a 30-year history here in San Diego and I'm very proud to be a part of it," Crime Stoppers Board Executive Director Don Braun said.

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