How to Report an Anonymous Tip to Police: WeTip
Report an Anonymous Tip to Police. 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.
Tips Per Arrest
WeTip averages an arrest for every 33 tips received.
Drug Worth Per Arrest
For every arrest made, an average of $20,883 worth of drugs have been seized.
Property Value Per Arrest
An average of $1,078 worth of stolen property is recovered.
Arrests Per Conviction
For every 1.9 arrests made, a criminal has been convicted in a court of law.
WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting News
Fontana, CA .. Anonymous information called into the WeTip crime hotline has led Fontana police to investigate possible drug activity at 18140 Bonnie Ave, Fontana. Upon their arrival, police apprehended Eduardo Rodriguez, 20, of Fontana for his involvement in a gang...read more
Yucca Valley, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Randy Owens of Yucca Valley, California. Owens was wanted for an active felony warrant, and the call to WeTip led law enforcement...read more
Chino, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest of Huang Siqul of Chino, California. Siqul was taken into custody and Chino PD seized 1,110 of illegally grown marijuana. The Value of the seized pot was...read more
Yucaipa, CA... Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction of Laura Dennett, 27, of Yucaipa, California. Dennett was originally investigated for Drug Sales, but law enforcement discovered stolen...read more
Los Angeles County, CA...Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National Crime Hotline has aided Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services in the fight against welfare fraud. Caller # 621721 reported a recipient was fraudulently receiving...read more
Fontana, CA…..Fontana Police received a tip from WeTip regarding drug sales and several firearms at a residence on Barbee Ave. in Fontana. The homeowner, Juan Ramon Garcia, 53, was arrested at the scene and charged with Cocaine and Meth for Sale. Police also seized...read more