Glendale Police Crime Stoppers - Solve a crime, earn a reward, stay anonymous
What is Crime Stoppers?
Crime Stoppers is a citizen run, non-profit organization. Crime Stoppers works side
by side with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies county wide to help
solve serious crimes.
Thousands of felony crimes have been solved due to tips received from citizens.
These crimes range from murder, rape, and assault to armed robbery, forgery, fraud
and drugs sales. Numerous fugitives have been arrested due to tips called into Crime
Stoppers from citizens with vital information. Callers have also been responsible
for the confiscation of millions of dollars in wholesale drugs and stolen property.
How does it work?
Crime Stoppers gives everyone the opportunity to fight crime without "getting
involved." Too often, citizens have information that could help solve a crime,
but for many reasons are hesitant to call the police. Crime Stoppers offers the
public an alternative to dealing directly with law enforcement agencies.
If you suspect that you have information concerning a serious crime or felony suspect,
call Crime Stoppers at 507-STOP (818 507-7867). The tip line operator
will take the information and give you a code number. All calls remain confidential.
The operators do not need your name or phone number unless you wish to give it.
There is no caller ID and the line is not recorded.
If your information leads to an arrest, your tip could earn you up to $1,000.00.
The tip line operator will explain how you can use your code number to give additional
information and how to collect your reward.
You want to help?
Glendale Crime Stoppers, Inc. is funded through private donations and receives no
tax dollars. Your financial support is tax deductible and helps to stop the spread
of violent crime. If you would like to make a tax deductible contribution send your
check, made out to Glendale Crime Stoppers to the following address:
Glendale Crime Stoppers
P.O. Box 1545
Glendale, CA 91209-1545
Help Glendale Crime Stoppers continue to fight for you, your family, your friends,
and your neighbors. Whether through a phone call or a contribution, you really can
make a difference. Thanks.
Call 507-STOP or 818 507-7867
Last modified: Friday, August 31, 2012 2:48:37 PM