Share your Crime Tips
Do you have information on a crime? There are several ways to share this information with the Sheriff's Office:
Q. Is the crime in progress right now?
A. Call or text 911 to report emergencies.
Q. Is it important that this information be acted upon soon, but not important enough to call 911?
A. For non-emergency reports, suspicious activity, or requests, call the non-emergency number for your area. To see a list of these numbers, click here.
Q. Are you the victim of a crime that has already been reported?
A. Additional information such as new witnesses, possible suspects and other leads are always useful to solve your case. Call the District Office of the Deputy who took your report. Please have your case number and the investigator's name available, if possible. For a list of these numbers, click here.
Q. Do you want to send an anonymous tip via the Internet?
A. Click here to fill out the form to submit an anonymous tip via Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida. Because it may take a day or two to route information submitted by the Internet, time-sensitive tips should be submitted by telephone.
Q. Do you want to send us an e-mail?
A. Click here to send a tip by e-mail to the Sheriff's Office. The tip will be forwarded to the appropriate District Office for action. Because it will take a day or two to route information submitted by e-mail, time-sensitive tips should be submitted by telephone.
Q. Do you want to be considered for eligibility for cash rewards up to $1,000?
A. Call the number listed below and give your tip to Crime Stoppers of Volusia & Flagler Counties, Florida, a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer civilian organization. It is funded by tax deductible donations from businesses, clubs, associations, and individuals. The success of this program depends upon the cooperative efforts of concerned citizens, the media, and law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime.
Call toll free 1-888-277-TIPS and remain anonymous.