Crime Stoppers relies on cooperation between the police, the media, and the general community to provide a flow of information about crime and criminals.

The Phone Call

The Crime Stoppers phone line is a standalone instrument which does not provide caller ID and conversations are not recorded. The person receiving the information completes the tips form, makes initial inquiries and then passes the information to the appropriate recipients.  Calls are accepted regarding any publicized request for information, such as "Fugitive Friday" or any other crime(s) the caller has knowledge of.
The more information you have, the easier it is for us to make an arrest.  Try to get the best possible descriptions of the suspect(s) and/or vehicle(s) involved.
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The Online WebTip

Tipsters now have the option of giving us tips online. The process is completely secure and anonymous and is a very effective and efficient means of safely communicating with us in today's world. 

The very unique integrated Two-Way Dialog capabilities allow the tipster to come back and provide additional information to their tip at any time, but also provides a secure means for the coordinator to ask questions or provide reward information back to the tipster through the same secure and encrypted interface.

The P3 Tips App

The app is free to download on any Android or Apple device or go to our Welcome page and click Download the Mobile App.  The two-way dialog capability also exists within the mobile app.


Does Crime Stoppers Work?

Since the start of Crime Stoppers, many calls have been received resulting in arrests and recovery of substantial amounts of property. Calls have included information about murder, robbery, rape, assaults, drug and firearm offenses.

The success of a Crime Stoppers program cannot be purely judged on statistics; however, other benefits have come to notice:
  • A greater awareness in the community that there is a crime problem.
  • A willingness by the community to fight back against crime.
  • Improved relationships between police, media, and the community.