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Tucson, Arizona

 

88-CRIME Inc.

{Program of the Pima County Attorney's Office}

CASH REWARDS OF UP TO $2500  

for information leading to an arrest and indictment

 

88-CRIME Program is the Pima County Attorney's Office anonymous tip line for citizens to report information to help solve crime. The information will be channeled to law enforcement. This Program provides the community an opportunity to assist in the fight against crime safely and confidentially. A person providing information may be paid up to $2,500 if the information leads to the arrest or indictment of a suspect. Community involvement helps solve crime.

Persons with information on crimes are encouraged to contact 88-CRIME with confidential tips by doing one of the following: TALK: (520) 882-7463 (collect calls are accepted); TYPE: www.88crime.org; or TEXT: 274637, then type "Tip 259" plus your text message.

88-CRIME, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. Reward procedures and decisions are made by citizens on the 88-CRIME Inc. Board of Directors. 88-CRIME Inc. accepts contributions and raises funds to pay the rewards. Tax dollars are not used.

 

Pima County, AZ-

“88-Crime is an invaluable tool that provides collaborated assistance to law enforcement!”

                                                                    Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik

                                                                                          

 

Tucson, AZ-

 

"88-CRIME has proven to be an invaluable program to Law Enforcement by allowing the average citizen to become part of the crime fighting team.  By becoming the eyes and ears of police, people who call 88-CRIME play an important role in bringing criminals to justice."

 

                                                                   Chief Roberto A. Villaseñor

                                                                   Tucson Police Department

 

               Report Crime Anonymously

      Making Tucson & Southern Arizona a Safer Place to Live & Work

 

 


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