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Welcome

A Totally Anonymous Phone Call

Report your anonymous information, and help make your community safe. If your information leads to an arrest, recovery of stolen property, illegal drugs or guns, you can earn a reward of up to $2500 paid in cash!

To Report A Tip
• Click to
submit a web tip online or to follow up on your web tip
or
• Call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
or
• Text "USVI" plus your message to CRIMES (274637)

Crime Of The Week

Crime Stoppers is asking the community to help the VIPD solve several crimes throughout the territory. Your anonymous information can earn you a reward of up to $2500 in cash.
Click for details of the Crime Of The Week.
 
Click this link to see security camera photos of the St. Thomas Stolen Wallet Suspect mentioned in the 7/30 Crime of the Week report:
 
Statistics for Our First
Four+ Years of Service
     (Through 04/30/2014)
 1,781 Total Tips Received   
Arrests Made                    208
Cases Cleared                   245
Weapons Recovered           92
Property Recovered  $229,871
Drugs Confiscated    $331,850
Total Value               $561,721
                  Rewards   
     Authorized          Paid to Date
189 = $656,06      67 = 101,000

 

How It Works

Click to learn how it works, including how our technology makes it virtually impossible for anyone to trace your tip back to you.

 Support Us

Crime Stoppers USVI is run entirely by volunteers and is financed by membership dues and sponsor contributions. Click to Support Us in the fight against crime.

Community Assistance With Domestic Violence Issues

St. Thomas/St. John:
The Family Resource Center   (340) 776-3966 or 776-STOP(7867)

St. Croix: 
The Women's Coalition  (340) 773-9272

Home Burglary Prevention Tips

Below are several articles on preventing home burglaries. In addition, a good burglary prevention plan includes multiple layers of security. The more deterrents you present to a potential burglar, the less appealing your property will be. For example: A fence, a dog, security cameras, motion-sensor lighting, solid locks, a safe, etc.

6 detailed areas to address, from VIPD www.vipd.gov.vi
10 short tips, from Georgia's Fulton County Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force www.hadenoughalready.com
8 detailed tips, backed by statistics www.moneycrashers.com
9 detailed areas to address, including the importance of neighbors watching out for each other www.crimedoctor.com

From January 1, 2009 to January 16, 2014
(about four years),
your tips have led to:

175 Arrests by Law Enforcement




157 Cash Rewards Authorized

$2500 $625 $100 $1785 $900 $535 $1000 $724 $300 $2500 $357 $100 $250 $300 $100 $250 $900 $2500 $100 $357 $250 $535 $300 $300 $250 $2500 $100 $357 $1000 $300 $1185 $357 $100 $900 $650 $2500 $100 $250 $2500 $450 $2500 $500 $357 $1820 $250 $900 $650 $800 $357 $300 $600 $2500 $125 $357 $250 $1000 $1750 $1950 $500 $1500 $800 $450 $100 $350 $1750 $750 $1000 $1750 $100 $1000 $450 $625 $100 $2250 $1500 $1250 $900 $250 $500 $625 $500 $500 $1500 $100 $300 $1250 $357 $1000 $900 $100 $625 $100 $1000 $357 $2500 $900 $625 $300 $357 $500 $800 $1543 $1000 $2500 $1000 $2500 $892 $750 $100 $2500 $625 $125 $535 $250 $500
$127,898 Total

 

 


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