Crime Stoppers International is the umbrella body for affiliated programs in seven regions.
Through each certified regional entity, Crime Stoppers International ensures that affiliated national and local Crime Stoppers programs comply with robust tip management procedures and processes in order to maintain the integrity of the anonymous reporting network.
To share information about a crime in the United States, choose the appropriate Crime Stoppers program here
Crime Stoppers USA is the national organization that spans the United States to create a network of local programs working to prevent and solve crimes in communities and schools across the country.
Its mission is to be the premier community-based crime solving program in the USA and develops innovative resources and partnerships to achieve its objective.
Crime Stoppers USA has a very strong schools focus. Its first student Crime Stoppers program began in a Boulder, Colorado high school in 1983 and, today, more than 2000 programs exist in middle and high schools, community colleges and colleges.
To share information about crime in Canada, click on the Submit A Tip button here
Canadian Crime Stoppers Association (CCSA) is a civilian, non-profit, charitable organization that brings together, in a tripartite relationship, the police services of a community, the media and the community itself in the fight against crime across Canada.
Administered by a volunteer board of Directors, CCSA is responsible for raising funds and the disbursements of rewards. Its work is funded through donations of money, goods and services; through contributions from individuals, corporations, clubs, professional associations, retailers, civic and social.
To share information about a crime in this region, choose the appropriate country and program here
Caribbean, Bermuda and Latin America Crime Stoppers Inc (CBLA-CS) has offices and active programs in Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman, Dominica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia Trinidad & Tobago, and Turks & Caicos.
And is pursuing the establishment of offices in Honduras, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Argentina.
In collaboration with local programs throughout the region, CBLA-CS develops and delivers forums, workshops, social campaigns, mapping, technical and financial cooperation and other activities to inform, raise awareness and mobilize communities to report crime anonymously.
To share information about a crime in this region, choose one the most appropriate Crime Stoppers organisation:
CrimeStoppers-UK is the United Kingdom’s non-profit anonymous reporting organisation that shares a goal to make communities and workplaces safe and secure.
In the Netherlands, Meld Misdaad Anoniem – also known simply as M. – is the independent reporting centre where the public can provide information anonymously about crime and suspected criminal activity.
Crime Stoppers Ukraine is the first Eastern European entity to receive accreditation from Crime Stoppers International.
To share information about a crime in this Region, choose the relevant country:
Crime Stoppers Australia and choose the relevant State or Territory
Crime Stoppers Australia (CSA) is the country’s most trusted information receiving service for people wanting to share what they know about unsolved crimes and suspicious activity, without saying who they are. CSA is an independent not-for-profit registered charity and represents the collective eight Crime Stopper organisations operating in every state and territory in Australia. Its efforts particularly focus on cross-border crimes such as illicit drug manufacture, importation and distribution, wanted fugitives and illegal firearms.
Crimestoppers New Zealand is an independent charity governed by a Board of Trustees. It aims to reduce victimisation, and to prevent and solve crime. Working with the community, Crimestoppers NZ makes it harder for criminals to operate and less likely that citizens will become victims of crime.
To share information about crime in the Western Pacific region, click here
Northern Mariana Islands Crime Stoppers was established in 1989 and is governed by a Board of Directors made up of men and women volunteers, whose mandate is to work with the community, media and law enforcement in fighting crime and getting criminals off the street.
To provide information about crime in Africa, visit Crime Stop South Africa
Since 1992, Crime Stop South Africa has been the country’s trusted tip-off service. In more than two decades, never has the anonymity of even one informer been compromised.
In 1994, South Africa had its first democratic elections and Crime Stop played a significant role in assisting to identify and address the intimidation of voters, including gathering information on violence and threats that aimed to create instability.
Crime Stop focuses on criminals at all levels, providing a valuable platform for anyone wanting to share information about illegal activity to help make South Africa a safer place.