Los Angeles County Regional Crime Stoppers

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Keep Glendale Safe. Report Crime Without Getting Involved.

Do you know about a crime that has happened or will happen? Are you afraid to tell the police? Many people are worried they might be hurt if someone found out they reported a crime. Crime Stoppers lets you report crime and completely protects your identity. And, if an arrest is made, you may receive a cash reward.

How Do I Contact Crime Stoppers?

  • Telephone the free hotline (1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
  • Send in a mobile tip through the "P3 Tips app" or on you mobile phone via browser to P3tips.com
  • Make an on-line tip.
  • Use your smart phone and a free app to report a crime.

No matter how you report a tip, you are always protected. You remain anonymous. If it is an emergency, please call 911.

  • Call the Anonymous Hot Line

    When you call the hotline to report a crime, a person—not a machine—will answer the phone 24/7. No need to identify yourself. The person will give you a code number for identification. Use this number to identify yourself whenever you call the hotline. Have a pen and paper ready to write down your code number. Never share your secret code number with anyone.

  • Web Tips

    To send an on-line tip, go to www.p3tips.com/365 and follow the directions.

  • Tip via Mobile App

    Send in a mobile tip through the "P3 Tips app" or on your mobile phone via browser to P 3tips.com


  • What Crimes Should I Report?

    Any crime!

    Fraud, Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Homicide, Kidnapping, Child abuse, Elder abuse, Rape, Domestic violence, Arson, tagging, Hit and run accidents, Drug issues, Parole violations, Terrorism, Stalking, and more.

  • What Happens to My Tip?

Your tip is routed to an investigator. He/she takes any necessary action. You can help by giving as much information as possible.

  • The type of crime or what the fugitive is wanted for.
  • When and where the crime occurred:
    • Where items from the crime are located, or where the fugitive can be located.
  • Who is involved: Name, nickname, age, address, height, weight, tattoos, clothing, vehicle description, license plate numbers, and any people they associate with.

Does Crime Stoppers Work?

Here are the results from 1997-2013 for the United States.

Arrests

711,253

Homicides                                            14,999

Cases Cleared

                                     1,063,079

Rewards Paid

$106,385,554

Property Recovered

$1,196,903,198

Drugs Recovered

$2,836,426,639

Total Recovered

$4,037,020,440

 

Resources

Read about crime in your area:  Crimemapping.com

To read about crime statistics in Glendale, click here.