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cannot thrive if Decent Citizens speak out!

YOU can do this anonymously without fear!

SEE something - SAY SOMETHING!!!

CALL 1(800)222-TIPS

or go to:

and place a web tip or download the mobile app for you smartphone!


Check out this new Personal Safety APP:

"This is extremely helpful! It will dial 911 and record video & audio that go to a special cloud where the recording cannot be altered or deleted! Amazing new Safety tool that I've already used and was so happy I had it! I'll be getting this for gifts for family members - So worth the few dollars it costs!" Jo Ann Hill - Regional Office Mngr CSOPS




[Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound services the following communities: KING, SNOHOMISH, KITSAP, and ISLAND COUNTIES.]

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number, Web and mobile Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

NOTE: CSOPS does not use TIPSOFT APP for submitting tips. If you place tips through this old software app, they will not be processed

Callers can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest and charges or grand jury indictment of a felony offender.

Crime Stoppers relies on volunteer Directors and tax deductible contributions from the public in order to operate the administration of the program.

MANY have asked for an explanation as to how the REWARD process keeps you anonymous:


NOTE: Rewards are 'UP TO' $1,000

AND an automatic $1K for HOMICIDE & BANK ROBBERY

Here is the TIP REWARD process (which does take time in order to maintain your anonymity): Because we are a non profit, we answer to a board of directors that meets once each month. At the meeting, the rewards are approved and checks signed. These checks are associated with your TIP ID # and your chosen PIN #. (So you must not lose these numbers!) These checks are then POSTAL mailed to a contact at Bank of America who then files reports and distributes them to the different branches by POSTAL mail as well. Once the checks are received by our contact, we are notified. Then, when the funds are received by the branches, we are notified again and that's when we let YOU know when you can go to the bank to pick up your cash. When you go to your branch, you will ask for the branch manager (if the manager is not in - ask for the assistant manager). You do not show ID or give your name. You simply state you are there to pick up your CrimeStoppers reward and you give them your TIP ID # and PIN #. You will then be handed your CASH reward.
Please keep both of these in a safe place, do not lose and do not share with anyone. NOTE: If you share your numbers with anyone, you risk losing your reward.

The following individuals are not eligible for rewards:

  1. A commissioned law enforcement officer or other employees of law enforcement agencies and members of their immediate family.
  2. Perpetrator or co-perpetrator of the crime if known.
  3. Victim of the crime and members of their immediate family.
  4. The fugitive.
  5. Security personnel, Bail Bonds Agents and their associates.

Crime Stoppers accepts tips and information about crimes in order to solve or prevent such crimes.   Users who communicate their own criminal threats by making them through Crime Stoppers are not considered to be Crime Stoppers tipsters; are not eligible for rewards; are not immune from prosecution; and are exempted from the promise of anonymity.



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