Call our direct line at 1 800 222 TIPS (8477). You will be assigned a special code number (PIN) which you will identify yourself with in all future dealings with Crime Stoppers. Your call will not be traced nor recorded. CRIME STOPPERS DOES NOT SUBSCRIBE TO CALL DISPLAY. You cannot be called to testify in court as no one will know who you are – not even Crime Stoppers.
WE WORK HARD TO PUT AWAY BAD PEOPLE WHILE KEEPING YOU TOTALLY ANONYMOUS
To ensure your information and identity remains anonymous Crime Stoppers Niagara invites you to follow the steps below.
CALL: toll free 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) anywhere in North America.
TYPE: To enter a tip online, please use this form.
For reward purposes, you will be given a unique code number. Do not disclose it to anyone other than the tip operator when you call the Crime Stopper’s for an update.
After you have sent your tip a confirmation reference number will be given or sent to you. This reference number allows you to follow up with Crime Stoppers at a later date whether the tip resulted in an arrest. Do not lose or disclose this number to anyone except Crime Stoppers.
Cases Cleared: 132,418
• Rewards Paid: $8,054,391
• Arson Loss Value: $16,472,779
• Property Recovered: $303,027,822
• Drugs Seized: $1,918,401,534
•Total Dollars Recovered: $2,221,419,356
How to Stop, Solve and Prevent Crime – Together
Crime Stoppers is a program, separate from the emergency telephone number system or other standard methods of contacting police, that allows a member of the community to provide anonymous information about criminal activity. This allows a person to provide crime solving assistance to the authorities without being directly involved in the investigation process. Like Niagara, Crime Stopper programs are operated in many communities worldwide.
It was in July of 1976, which saw the fatal shooting of Michael Carmen while he was working one night at a local filling station in Albuquerque, New Mexico which started it all.
The Niagara Regional Police Service requests the public’s assistance in locating the following individuals. Details pertaining to warrants issued for suspects are available beside the photos below. If you have any information on the current whereabouts of these individuals please immediately call: Niagara Regional Police at (905) 688-4111 and request to speak to “dispatch” or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, Send your tip to their web portal.