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An anonymous telephone call is the best way to provide tips and information. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff members are skilled in helping you recall and provide the most useful information. You can call us at 954-493-8477(TIPS). No phone tracking software or Caller ID is used.

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Tips submitted online are encrypted, entirely confidential, completely anonymous and immediately and securely transferred directly to Crime Stoppers using P3 Software. Once your tip is submitted, you will receive a Case Number to check on your tip.

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You can also submit your tips to Crime Stoppers using the P3 App. Tips are routed through an encrypted service, so your identity is fully protected. Once you’ve submitted your tip, you will receive a Case Number that allows you to follow up on your tip and your potential award.

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Resources


See the Florida Highway Patrol's Most Wanted list. If you have any information that could lead to an arrest of a fugitive, submit a tip with the Florida Highway Patrol anonymously.

In the interest of public safety, the Florida Department of Corrections makes available to law enforcement agencies and the general public information and photographs of offenders who have ceased to make themselves available for supervision.

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The Florida Crime Information Center is a Public Access System designed to provide the public with the opportunity to assist law enforcement agencies in locating stolen property, missing persons and persons wanted in connection with ongoing investigations.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement maintains a database of persons convicted of a sex-related crime and/or a specified crime against children. This information is available online to educate citizens about the possible presence of such offenders in their local communities.

Internal Programs


Anyone with information on person(s) who are planning terrorism is asked to contact Crime Stoppers. As always, all callers will remain absolutely anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays up to $28,000 for terrorism information that leads to an arrest. If your tip leads to an arrest, you will receive your reward anonymously.
Gun Stoppers' aim is to remove illegal weapons from Broward County, before they can be used. Crime Stoppers will pay $100 for the recovery of an illegal weapon and up to $1000 for the arrest of a person for possession of the illegal gun in a public place.
The Animal Abuse Reward Fund was initiated  to encourage reporting of animal cruelty, fighting, neglect, torture, abandonment, and killing . Though most who report such crimes desire no reward beyond cessation of the violence and animal suffering, many do fear reprisal from offenders capable of such horrific acts. The reporting anonymity Crime Stoppers offers continues to benefit animal victims and the compassionate citizens who nobly speak out on their behalf.
Illegal dumping is the unlawful disposal of trash by a citizen or business. "No Dumping" signs are posted throughout Unincorporated Broward County and the City of Fort Lauderdale. Offenders are subject to fines and imprisonment.

If your tip leads to an arrest, you can receive your reward anonymously.

When you submit your tip online or through the P3 Tip App, you will receive a case number. You can use that case number to review the status of your tip. If your tip leads to an arrest, you are eligible for a cash reward. Rewards are collected anonymously at a local bank, so your identity is never compromised.

Check on Your Tip

Our success is based 100% on community involvement!

If you are aware of suspicious or criminal activity going on in or around your neighborhood, or have any information that can help take criminals off the streets of Broward County, please reach out. The tip you provide may help solve a crime or save a life.