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YOU DON'T HAVE TO GIVE YOUR NAME

 

Students who step forward with anonymous tips leading to arrests will be eligible for cash awards through the SWFL Crime Stoppers program.

School and law enforcement agree that most students want to do the right thing to keep their schools and neighborhoods safe, but sometimes have fear of retaliation.  SWFL Crime Stoppers offers the safety of complete anonymity while promoting responsibility and allowing students to take action against victimization and crime. 

 

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How Can I Give a Tip?

If you have any information about a crime, call the SWFL Crime Stoppers call center at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477) or download the P3 Tips mobile app by click the "Mobile App" button at the top of this page.  We want your information, not your name!  You will be given a tip ID number. This should be kept to yourself in order to remain anonymous.

You can contact Crime Stoppers to request a status on your tip or you can dialog with us through the P3 Tips mobile app and we will provide you with an update.  

If the tip leads to an arrest or disciplinary action, such as suspension or expulsion, the tipster may be eligible for cash reward of up to $3,000, depending on the charges.  It is the responsibility of the student to contact Crime Stoppers by providing your tip ID number so we can see if you have been approved for a cash reward.  Once approved, the tipster is provided with a bank location where tipster can pick up reward.  

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When to Call SWFL Crime Stoppers

  • Maybe you overhear someone bragging about having committed a crime.
  • Maybe you know someone who is driving a stolen car... or is hiding from the police... or is a robber or drug dealer.
  • Or maybe you just see something that doesn't look right.  A strange car.  A person acting sneaky.  Someone with a gun or knife.

If you aren't sure that what you saw or heard is really a crime, call and submit a tip anyway.  We will forward your information to law enforcement.  Let the police decide if it's worth investigating.  It may be a piece of a clue to a big crime.