Why call Crimestoppers?
Are you worried about what might happen to you if you talk to the police?
Maybe you've seen or heard something about a crime but don't know what to do. Are you scared to come forward and be a witness?
If you feel like this, it's easy to think there is nothing you can do.
Would you say something if no-one knew it was you?
Then Crimestoppers is here for you.
Our charity provides a unique service to help you. Tell us what you know, not who you are.
We record no personal details about you. We simply pass on the information you have about crime whilst protecting your identity.
Did you know...?
You will not be required to reveal your name, make a statement or appear in court. Your call to Crimestoppers cannot be recorded or traced.
We will listen to you about any crime or criminal activity that you have information about.
We understand how hard it can be to call, which is why all our advisors are trained to help you tell us everything you know. We pass on any useful information to the relevant authorities making sure your identity cannot be discovered.
Your information makes a difference. It can help solve existing investigations or bring to light unknown criminal activity. Every day, calls to Crimestoppers help arrest and charge 21 people. Remember, if the identity of one of our callers became known, it would destroy Crimestoppers because no one would feel they could trust us. This is why it is so important to us that we can guarantee your anonymity.
It's as simple and as secure as that.
if you're unsure about what information we want, then see our section on: What information do we want?
Remember: Crimestoppers is not an emergency service and if you see a crime taking place you should ring 999 to report it immediately. If you are a victim of crime you should report this to your local police - the phone number will be in the phone book, or go to your local police station.
To give information anonymously to Crimestoppers now, call 0800 555 111 or fill out our anonymous online Giving Information Form.
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Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
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