The Wichita Crime Commission was founded in 1952 to create a non-profit, non-partisan organization to fight the entrenchment of organized crime in the community. In 2019 the name was changed to the Wichita Metro Crime Commission to more accurately reflect the communities served.
The WMCC mission has also evolved, with today’s focus being on supporting law enforcement, fighting crime, and a strong commitment to youth.
WICHITA METRO CRIME COMMISSION PROGRAMS
SUPPORTING LAW ENFORCEMENT
"SAY THANKS TO A COP"
The Wichita Metro Crime Commission’s ongoing annual program recognizes the work of law enforcement professionals in our communities.
ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
The annual awards dinner recognizes and honors law enforcement and criminal justice professionals and citizens who have gone the “extra mile” to prevent and fight crime.
CRIME STOPPERS assist law enforcement agencies in their fight against crime through anonymous tips from citizens. Monetary rewards are given to tipsters. For more information, click here.
Big Dill Tournament
Annual Awards Dinner
Help and Donate
Red Ribbon Week
Make Good Choices
Hours of operation
Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Sat – Sun: Closed