Did You Know
When you contact us
- Report crime online here:
- Sharing crime information with us online or by phone is secure
- The information you provide is assessed by NSW Police Force intelligence analysts and sent to the local police for investigation.
- The information you supply may form the final piece of the puzzle or alert police to the existence of a criminal or crime.
- NEVER report crime information on our Facebook page
- Rewards of up to $1,000 may be paid if your information leads to an arrest. The Board of Crime Stoppers NSW oversees the program and approves reward payments.
If you dial 1800 333 000 for Crime Stoppers
We do not have Caller ID on our phones, so we cannot see your number
- Crime Stoppers does not record calls
- It’s your decision whether to disclose your identity
- Your information is more valuable to us than your name
- It’s your choice if you’d like to tell us your name and contact details. In that case, the police may discreetly contact you as their investigation proceeds
Did you know?
As we move towards a cashless society, the use of debit and credit cards over cash is common place.
Your cards hold highly personal information that, if not safeguarded, can be copied or stolen. This could allow criminals to access your funds or identification.
Here are some simple steps we can all take to help protect our card information from this type of crime.