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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.

WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting News

WeTip on Facebook

Like the WeTip Facebook Page Don't forget to check out WeTip's Facebook page, LIKE IT and see all the fun activities we get to do in the community and all the crimes being solved thanks to WeTip !...

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Sexual Assault: Suspect Wanted

SUSPECT WANTED IN SEXUAL ASSAULT AFTER FACEBOOK ENCOUNTER Riverside, CA- The Riverside Police Department’s Sexual Assault – Child Abuse Unit is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Domingo Juan Andres, a suspect in at least two sexual assaults involving...

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Vandalism: Arizona Children’s Park

Globe, Arizona Children’s Park Vandalized Globe, AZ-  Sometime between 6:30 pm on April 26, 2016 and 8 am on April 27, 2016 vandalism occurred at the Old Dominion Historic Mine Park. Suspect(s) caused damage to the children’s playground, fencing and stole a roll of...

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Theft: Fontana USD

Unusual Thefts in Fontana USD Fontana, CA    Suspect(s) have been repeatedly stealing the third row of seats out of suv's in Fontana USD school parking lots. If you have any information, call WeTip anonymously at...

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Vandalism at Garvey Intermediate School

Vandalism at Garvey Intermediate School Saturday, January 23, 2016 between 12:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. a break-in occurred at Garvey Intermediate causing over $50,000 in damages to the school office and computer lab. Report any information on this crime to WeTip...

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Break-in: Beardsley School District

Break-in & Theft at Beardsley School District Between Monday January 25th and Tuesday, January 26, 2015 a break-in occurred at Beardsley School District, 1001 Roberts Ln., Bakersfield, CA. Unknown suspect(s)n forced entry into the garage and stole the maintenance...

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Theft and Vandalism: Weaver Middle School

Theft and Vandalism at Weaver Middle School Merced, CA- On February 21, 2015 a theft and vandalism occurred at Weaver Middle School. Four suspects stole a 2005 Chevy truck, Millermatic Mig Welder, Napa Battery Charger, and various HVAC tools and equipment. The vehicle...

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Drug Bust: Yucaipa Mobile Home

Yucaipa Mobile Home Drug Bust Yucaipa, CA…WeTip caller 596867 reported drug use at a Yucaipa mobile home. One suspect was arrested on August 31, 2014. The caller is now eligible to collect the reward they requested at their first call to WeTip. San Bernardino County...

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Drug Dealer: Off the Street Due to WeTip

West Lafayette gang related drug dealer off the street due to WeTip West Lafayette, IN…WeTip Caller 581137 is now eligible to receive the reward they requested when they called in a tip on Manuel Anthony Guzman. Caller 581137 reported Guzman was in a gang, using...

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WeTip National Conference

YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SEMINAR at the WeTip National Conference!!! You will have the opportunity to participate in WeTip's "Tower Building--Train the Trainer" session.  This activity has been performed Nationwide, teaching SRO's, Administrators, Teachers,...

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Pot Bust: Fontana, CA

Million Dollar Pot Bust, but No One’s Home Fontana, CA… WeTip caller 609375 reported an indoor marijuana grow on Alder Ave. One January 6th, 2015, the anonymous caller reported there were at least 400-500 marijuana plants in the converted garage at the residence....

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Bully Poster Contest: Cutler-Orosi, CA

Cutler-Orosi USD Bully Poster Contest a Success!! Cutler-Orosi, CA curtesy of: By Keven J. Geaney, Sentinel staff... Last week Karina found out her recent artwork was chosen for a national poster as part of the WeTip anonymous bullying hotline. Her artwork will be on...

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Crime: Animal Abuse

Animal Abuse is a Crime! Springerville, AZ- Monday September 1, 2014 at approximately 7:00 p.m. a cat was thrown from a moving car in the area of Apache Street and Silva Lane in Springerville. The cat appeared to have been set on fire, there was significant singeing...

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Theft: Lincoln & Roosevelt School

THEFT at Lincoln School & Roosevelt School, up to $4,000 REWARD being offered!! Salinas, CA- On August 28, 2014 a theft occurred at Lincoln School, 705 California Ave. Salinas, CA 93901. On September 1, 2014 another theft occurred at Roosevelt School, 120 Capitol...

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How WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Works

Call WeTip Hotline: 1-800-78-CRIME

The informant calls the WeTip Hotline. All calls are Anonymous not just "confidential." Confidential means that someone knows your name and promises not to tell, until they are subpoenaed. "Anonymous" means that nobody knows who you are and there is absolutely no way to find out. We have no taping, tracing or caller ID. We have no way of knowing who the caller is.

Remain Anonymous

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.