Bedfordshire Crimestoppers is dedicated to fighting crime across Bedfordshire.
We help to promote the charity in communities across the region, to let people know that Crimestoppers is there for them as an anonymous route to pass on information about crime. Crimestoppers guarantees anonymity, which means that no-one can ever find out who passed on information about crime.
To pass on information about crime anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill out our secure, encrypted online Giving Information Form.
Bedfordshire Crimestoppers is run by volunteers – each and every one is a vital link with the community in the region. If you think you'd like to volunteer for Bedfordshire Crimestoppers, please fill out our Volunteer Enquiry Form.
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Last year Crimestoppers received 872 pieces of useful information about crime in Bedfordshire.
Cash rewards of up to £1,000 are on offer for information leading to the arrest and charge of those committing gun crime offences in Luton. [21 May 2013]
Crimestoppers hold inaugural Eastern and South East regions conference in celebration of the charity’s 25th anniversary
The national crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers held its inaugural Eastern and South East regions conference in recognition of its 25th anniversary. Volunteers, staff, police colleagues and other stakeholders came together at Wyboston Lakes in Bedfordshire to celebrate the success of the charity. [21 May 2013]
Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers has this week launched a brand new advert which is being played across radio stations in East Anglia [7 March 2013].
The independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers is urging members of the public to give information on the whereabouts of 3 men wanted on warrant by Bedfordshire Police for burglary offences. [22 January 2013].
Young people in Luton are being urged to become fearless in the fight against crime following the launch of a new service for the city.
Members of the public could be eligible for a reward of up to £1,000 if they have information leading to the arrest and charge of the person(s) responsible for a recent burglary in Clifton. [13 December 2012]
It was with great sadness that I learned of the sudden and unexpected death of Dave Evans on the 26th July 2012, aged just 47.[19 September 2012]
Bedfordshire Police is inviting young people aged between 11 and 18 to put their creative skills to the test with a performing arts competition designed to highlight the dangers and consequences of committing street robberies. [11 July 2012]
Members of the public could be eligible for a reward of up to £1,000 if they have information leading to the arrest and charge of those responsible for a series of school burglaries across central Bedfordshire. [19 June 2012]
End of year statistics released by the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers have revealed that just over 870 pieces of information were passed to police between April 2011 and March 2012 in Bedfordshire – leading to 37 arrests and charges. This is nearly a 10% increase in both calls and arrests compared to last year. [11 June 2012]
A "nationally significant" bronze medieval jug has been stolen from a Bedfordshire museum. Zurich are offering a £25k reward for its return. [30 May 2012]
Some of the offenders sought by Bedfordshire Police are now available to view online at Crimestoppers ‘Most Wanted’ website. [22 May 2012]
Young people in Bedfordshire are being urged to become fearless in the fight against crime following the launch of a new service for the county. [30 April 2012]
Bedfordshire Crimestoppers have produced a high impact short viral film which depicts the horror of coming home to a burgled home. [5 April 2012]
Bedfordshire resident Bernard Rix is getting ready to run the Virgin London Marathon this April. [3 April 2012]
Actor Graham Cole, better known as PC Tony Stamp from The Bill, was in Luton last week helping Crimestoppers to crack down on burglars across the county of Bedfordshire [6 February 2012].
Batman will be joined by actor Graham Cole, better known as PC Tony Stamp from The Bill, in Luton next week to help in a crack down on burglars across the county of Bedfordshire [26 January 2012]
The crime-fighting charity, Bedfordshire Crimestoppers, is appealing to the public to give information they may have about domestic abuse of a loved one, colleague, friend or neighbour. In the UK two women are killed every week by a current or former male partner and nationally the Police receive a domestic abuse call every 60 seconds [18 November 2011]
At an event to celebrate 21 years of helping to solve crime in Bedfordshire, held at Woburn Abbey on 14 May 2009, Tony Lloyd announced a 135.3% increase in arrests and charges in Bedfordshire, brought about by anonymous calls to Crimestoppers over the past year (2008-09).
Appeals in Bedfordshire
BENCH WARRANT FOR THE OFFENCE OF POSSESSION OF A FIREARM
OFFENCE: Other crime
WANTED ON CAT 'A' BENCH WARRANT FOR FAILING TO APPEAR AT LUTON CROWN COURT FOR ORIGINAL OFFENCE OF POSSESSION OF A FIREARM
FTA WARRANT FOR SEXUAL TOUCHING
OFFENCE: Sexual crime
WANTED ON CAT 'A' FTA WARRANT FOR FAILING TO APPEAR AT LUTON CROWN COURT FOR SEXUAL TOUCHING
BENCH WARRANT FOR THE OFFENCE OF PWITS CLASS B DRUG
OFFENCE: Drug crime
WANTED ON CAT A BENCH WARRANT FOR FAILING TO APPEAR AT LUTON CROWN COURT FOR ORIGINAL OFFENCE OF POSSESSION OF CLASS B DRUGS WITH INTENT TO SUPPLY
Tony Lloyd (Chair)
0845 260 8110 (for campaign and volunteering enquiries only)
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Call 0800 555 111 if you want to give information about crime anonymously, or fill out our anonymous online Giving Information Form.