Crime Stoppers Unit

Do you have information regarding a crime? Call Crime Stoppers now at (954) 493-TIPS. You can earn up to $1,000 in reward money and you can remain anonymous.

If you have information regarding possible terrorist activity, call Crime Stoppers. You could receive up to a $15,000 reward if the information you provide leads to an arrest.

Broward County citizens have helped make BSO's Crime Stoppers Unit consistently one of the nation's top performers. That means with the help of the community, more cases are solved, arrests are made, and property is recovered.

You can help, too. If you have information regarding a crime, call Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS or online at You don't need to give your name or any information about yourself. There's no Caller ID. You can remain completely anonymous. You'll be given a code number, and if your information leads to an arrest, that code number gets you the reward.

Since its 1981 inception in Broward County through May 2013, Crime Stoppers has cleared 20,792 cases and has resulted in 12,161 arrests. More than $37 million of property and cash has been recovered and illegal drugs with street values of more than $329 million have been seized. Crime Stoppers has paid more than $1.6 million in reward money to area citizens who phoned us with tips.

Broward County Crime Stoppers offers a $200 reward for information leading the arrest of delinquent parents (parents who fail to make court-ordered child support payments) with outstanding arrest warrants for non-payment. Information can be reported anonymously. Contact Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS.

About Crime Stoppers:

The Broward County Crime Stoppers Program began in Broward County in 1981 to assist all Broward Law Enforcement Agencies in gathering information from the public. From the inception of the program the Broward Sheriff's Department has provided the specially trained unit staff which gathers anonymous tips and directs them to appropriate agencies as part of its commitment to county wide services. Crime Stoppers itself is a separate nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of Directors which raises and oversees the expenditure of reward funds. All monies raised for rewards are used exclusively for that purpose. No taxpayer monies are expended.

Click here for more information about Broward County's Crime Stoppers program.

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