Tulsa Crime Stoppers is raising the bar when it comes to fighting crime and solving cold cases.
Tulsa Crime Stoppers announced a new way today for the public to learn about the county's 28 unsolved cold cases in hopes a new tip will lead to justice.
During the month of September, Crime Stoppers is partnering with the Tulsa County Cold Case Task Force.
They've set up a community safety campus at Promenade Mall where people can talk to detectives and learn about these unsolved cases.
Tulsa Crime Stoppers Executive Director Jennifer Rush says they hope this new initiative will help victim's families receive closure.
"I'm very optimistic that with all these talents coming together it's a multi-disciplinary team that is going to be able to solve these crimes and provide closure." Rush said.
A donation box will be set up at the mall for anyone who wants to give money towards the investigations.