Partner to prevent or report crime by contacting your local policing agency.
Or if you wish to remain ANONYMOUS, call “LA CRIME STOPPERS” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477); texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637); or using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org/

Espanol: “Haga la llamada…Mantengase Anonimo” http://www.lacrimestoppers.org/spanish/

What is LA CRIME STOPPERS?

LA Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization that provides anonymous crime tips to law enforcement agencies within Los Angeles County. Since inception in December 2009, LA Crime Stoppers has provided over 27,000 crime tips resulting in over 1,200 arrests, 100 recovered weapons, and over $6.1 million in recovered property and narcotics.

LA Crime Stoppers uses state of the art two-way communication encryption technology that allows informants to provide anonymous tips via phone, web, text messaging, and via a smart phone application. As a non-profit organization, LA Crime Stoppers funds the program with fundraisers and donations. No public funds or tax dollars are involved, and participation is free to law enforcement.

Virtually every municipal law enforcement agency within Los Angeles County utilizes LA Crime Stoppers as their primary anonymous tip reporting program. In addition to receiving crime tips, participating agencies are able to utilize Crime Stoppers’ media partnerships to circulate unsolved cases via television and social media. This includes the Crime Stoppers Case Files Television show.

Member policing agencies of LA Crime Stoppers

Alhambra Police Department
Arcadia Police Department
Azusa Police Department
Baldwin Park Police Department
Bell Police Department
Bell Gardens Police Department
Beverly Hills Police Department
Burbank Police Department
California Highway Patrol
Claremont Police Department
Covina Police Department
Culver City Police Department
Downey Police Department
El Monte Police Department
El Segundo Police Department
Gardena Police Department
Glendale Police Department
Glendora Police Department
Hawthorne Police Department
Hermosa Beach Police Department
Huntington Park Police Department
Inglewood Police Department
Irwindale Police Department
La Verne Police Department
Long Beach Police Department
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Manhattan Beach Police Department
Monrovia Police Department
Montebello Police Department
Monterey Park Police Department
Pasadena Police Department
Pomona Police Department
Redondo Beach Police Department
San Fernando Police Department
San Gabriel Police Department
Santa Monica Police Department
Sierra Madre Police Department
Signal Hill Police Department
South Gate Police Department
South Pasadena Police Department
Torrance Police Department
Vernon Police Department
Whittier Police Department

Forwarded by:

Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau - Newsroom
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
323-267-4800
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Leroy D. Baca, Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

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