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Crime Stoppers

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crime stoppers logoAmarillo Crime Stoppers & Student Crime Stoppers are non-profit organizations that are operated by separate citizen’s Board of Directors. The coordinators run the day-to-day operations. Amarillo Crime Stoppers and Student Crime Stoppers take anonymous tips on unsolved crimes and the location of wanted fugitives. If the information leads to an arrest we pay a cash reward of up to $1000. Monies for these programs is earned through fund raising, private donations, and court ordered probation fees. We do not receive money from the Amarillo Police Department budget or from the City of Amarillo. We guarantee that the caller remains anonymous. Once the information is given the caller receives a code name that is used to monitor the case progress.

Amarillo Crime Stoppers

APD Cpl. Scott Welling is the Police Coordinator for the Amarillo Crime Stoppers program. His office is located on the first floor of the Amarillo Police Department, in the Crime Prevention Unit.  Please note the coordinator cannot accept crime tips in person. To contact Crime Stoppers:

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Amarillo Crime Stoppers uses state of the art P3 Global Intel Tip Management Software. This software gives the community the ability to submit anonymous crime tip information not only by phone but also fully encrypted web-tip submissions and a free mobile app for iPhone and Android based smart phones. We don’t receive your phone number, email or IP address by using these methods. Tipsters receive a web tip ID and instructions on how the tipster may follow up and add information if requested by our Police Coordinator.

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Officer Steven Roper of the School Liaison Unit is the Police Coordinator for the Student Crime Stoppers program.  Please call (806) 372-TIPS, email or fill out the following form online: