WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Hotline
WeTip is committed to providing the most effective, anonymous citizens crime reporting hotline system in the nation. WeTip promises and ensures absolute anonymity, not just confidentiality. WeTip provides intelligence and information to local, state, federal and international law enforcement agencies relating to criminal activity obtained from an online and telephone crime reporting hotline.
How WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Works
Report an Anonymous Tip to Police
The very first thing the caller will hear is “this is the WeTip Crime Hotline, do not give your name or identify yourself in any way.” If at any time the caller starts to identify him or herself, the operator will interrupt telling the caller, “I have to disconnect this call, please call back and speak to another operator.” The reason for this is that we absolutely cannot know who is on the other end of the phone line, but we do want the information.
“this is the WeTip Crime Hotline,
do not give your name or identify yourself in any way.”
Anonymous Crime Reporting
Once the anonymity has been established, the operator takes the caller through a series of up to 65 questions. These questions have been developed through the aid of law enforcement and the purpose is to elicit as much information as possible. Many times the caller actually has more information than they realize.
What WeTip Does
To accomplish WeTip’s basic purpose, and to ensure it’s strength, WeTip Operators staff the toll free, nationwide crime hotlines and Internet lines, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The organization will not be restricted by jurisdictional enforcement lines or perimeters. This Crime Reporting Hotline is committed to sending all tip information to every law enforcement agency necessary. WeTip will provide the maximum amount of information possible to law enforcement to enable them to conduct an investigation based on the anonymous information. WeTip answers the crime call anywhere in America for Municipalities, School Districts, Corporations, Small Businesses, Housing Authorities and public and private agencies. WeTip actively and aggressively pursues training any and all entities that utilize WeTip’s resources throughout all mediums available.
The basic purpose of WeTip Inc. is to provide an absolutely anonymous crime reporting resource to residents, students and businesses throughout the entire Nation.
WeTip has been established by citizens and for citizens, who have information regarding a crime but fear reprisal from the criminal they are turning in.
WeTip has been created as an effective tool for law enforcement, not to circumvent law enforcement, but to help Law Enforcement and Corporate Security investigations.
This tool is for the segment of the population that will not contact the law enforcement agency directly.
Become a WeTip Member
WeTip has over 1,000 members across the nation. WeTip provides its crime fighting service to city, county, corporate and school members. Since 1972 WeTip has established relationships with local authorities in connection to all of these members to help aid when a tip is received.
Why WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Hotline?
Because People…Everyone...Students, Employees, Citizens…Everyone Needs A Way To Safely Give Information About Something That They Know…A Crime, A Suspicion, An Incident, A Threat…Something They Suspect… Something That Scares Them…Without Fearing Someone Will Retaliate Against Them For Telling. It Is Simple, It Is Safe, It Is Totally And Absolutely Anonymous.
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School Safety Programs
For Over 40 Years, WeTip Has Provided A Safe, Anonymous Hotline To Schools Throughout The Nation. In 2009 WeTip Added The BULLY Hotline, In 2011 We Added A Mobile Tip Form, Making WeTip Easier For Students Of All Ages To Report Crime, Especially Bullying, In Their Schools.Also Help Put A Stop To Graffiti And Other Vandalism.
Report Welfare Fraud
Call WeTip 24 Hours A Day, 365 Days A Year To Report Welfare Fraud, Cal Fresh Fraud And Cal Fresh Trafficking Anonymously! No One Will Ever Know Who Made The Call.
WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting News
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Chino, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline led Chino Police investigator to a house on Westfield Ave, Chino where they discovered 574 huge marijuana plants valued at about $1,200 per plant totaling $689,000. Officers...read more
Evansville, IN...Anonymous information called into the WeTip National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Dawn Robb, 40 years old, of Evansville, Indiana. Ms. Robb was reportedly arrested twice after law enforcement received the anonymous Tip. Her...read more
Fontana, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Dennis Lewis of Fontana, CA. Lewis, 44, of Tangelo Ave. was arrested and convicted on drug charges as well as outstanding Warrants....read more
Hesperia, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Alan and Rhonda Trindle, both of Hesperia. The couple reportedly had a public storage unit containing rotting medical waste, chemo, sharps, red...read more
Rancho Cucamonga/Fontana, CA...WeTip, The National anonymous crime reporting hotline has received several case solving tips that led to multiple arrests and convictions in the Inland Empire. Three separate tips have led to three separate drug related convictions. Case...read more