Do I get a reward for my information?
Crime Stoppers Tasmania offers rewards in return for crime information leading to an arrest. Applications for a reward are submitted to Crime Stoppers Tasmania Board of Directors and paid at their discretion. Recipients of rewards can remain anonymous.
What does Crime Stoppers do with my information?
After you have given us your information, it is checked over by Crime Stoppers operators to make sure nothing can identify you. The information is then passed on to Tasmania Police. All of the information that you provide to us remains confidential.
Is my information confidential?
Yes. We only need your information to help solve crime, we don’t need your name or personal details.
What kind of information should I provide to Crime Stoppers?
We only need information about what you’ve seen or what you know.
Is Crime Stoppers Tasmania part of the Police or the Government?
No. We work along side Tasmania Police and the Government, but we are a separate not-for-profit organisation.
Do I speak with a member of the Police when I call 1800 333 000?
You speak with a Crime Stoppers representative who has been trained to help you. You can ask to be contacted by Tasmania Police if you choose.
How does Crime Stoppers Tasmania work with the Police?
We are not a department of Tasmania Police, but we do work closely to pass your information on to them for investigation, and to provide updates on the status of reported cases.
How do I report crime activity?
If the crime is happening now or is an emergency, call 000. For non-urgent police assistance, or if you have been the victim of a crime, call Tasmania Police on 131 444.
To make a report to Crime Stoppers you can:
- Report online using the Online Reporting System
- Ring Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000