88-CRIME has the film "Trouble at Hand" available for schools, Law Enforcement and Community groups. This is a unique collaboration with the Law Enforcement Community, local film makers, 88-CRIME and youth today. The nine minute short feature examines a middle schoolgirl’s conflict when she overhears a classmate boasting that he is going to bring a gun to school. A dedicated cast and crew of local film makers and actors worked together to create the film.Image

This film provides information to students to learn how to anonymously contact 88-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activities at their school. Helping students to understand the importance of sharing information, and how the program works is the message presented in the film.

The Pima County Attorney's Office, School Volunteer Program, is looking for retired or current educators or others interested in presenting and speaking to groups of students & teachers in 5th- 8th grades. The PCAO School Volunteer Program requires a commitment of a minimum of 8 hours each month. Training will be provided. Please contact 88-CRIME Executive Director, Susie Dupnik for more information at (520) 740-5742.

88-CRIME provides a telephone hotline for the public to anonymously call and report information about unsolved felony crimes.