Choose from 3 Ways to Submit a Tip
If you have any information about a crime, use one of the methods below to contact Near North Crime Stoppers.  You will not have to provide your name, phone number or location.

Crime Stoppers will not take tips from victims. If you are a victim of a crime, please report directly to your local police service, or, in the case of an emergency or a crime in progress, call 911.


CALL US AT 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to "Call Display", or "Call Trace", and we do not record phone conversations. When you call, you will be given a confidential code number. This is the only way we can link you to your tip information. Depending on the information and crime, you will be asked to call back at certain intervals to obtain an update on your information. Since we do not know you, or your phone number, it will be up to you to call us.

 

 

CLICK
HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR TIP ONLINE

 

Near North Crime Stoppers has a secure website link to submit your tip online. Your information will be encrypted and forwarded to our Head Office.



If you use this method to provide us with criminal information, you may call the above number at a later date for an update, or continue to use webtips to ask for an update.

 

DOWNLOAD OUR NEW MOBILE APP TO SUBMIT A TIP

Now you can conveniently submit a tip through your cell phone using our NEW mobile app.  Watch THE VIDEO for more info.

On your phone, you can download the mobile app using:

  


 
 

By providing information that Crime Stoppers will share with law enforcement agencies, you are providing an important and valuable public service. We understand that disclosure of your identity might put you at risk. We do everything we can to protect your anonymity. However, that anonymity may be open to challenge in the following situations:

• A call to Crime Stoppers made with the intention of “furthering criminal activity or interfering with the administration of justice”. A party who is guilty of a crime cannot use Crime Stoppers to try to divert the blame onto someone else. Crime Stoppers cannot be used to try to “frame” an innocent person.

• There is evidence that disclosure of some or all of a tip is necessary to establish someone’s innocence.

• A tipster having received the benefit of full legal advice may, for his or her own reasons, elect to waive the privilege.

For a fuller explanation of these principles, help us to help you by reading and understanding the “Tipster Information” on the Canadian Crime Stoppers website.