others with the bomb threat. The intent was to have Crime Stoppers forward the threat to law enforcement officials who would respond to the school, etc. This type of call is commonly referred to as a "Terroristic Threat".
It is perfectly legal and proper, whether under civil contract law or criminal law, for Crime Stoppers to cooperate with law enforcement officials to identify and apprehend such a person. Because:
Crime Stoppers maintains tip communications lines (telephone, web, text, etc) to solve crimes.
A person who communicates a threat to Crime Stoppers is not responding to a reward offer and does not intend to claim a Crime Stoppers reward for making a threat through Crime Stoppers.
The contractual term which promises "anonymity" is inapplicable to persons who are not legitimate tipsters but are merely using Crime Stoppers to mask their identity as they commit a crime.
Crime Stoppers has never promised "anonymity", "amnesty", or "immunity" to persons who communicate their threats through Crime Stoppers.