Never Submit an Emergency Tip Here.
Please call 911 if it is an emergency.
Secure, Anonymous Online Tips
Please take a minute to read the information below before you leave your information.
It is important that you fully understand this process.
In order to remain totally anonymous, it is extremely important that you do not tell anyone that you contacted Crime Stoppers.
You can now submit tips online to Alberni Valley Crime Stoppers anonymously and securely. Crime Stoppers will never attempt to identify you as the sender of this information. Your anonymity is protected! When you submit a tip online, you will automatically generate a secure, encrypted message directly to Crime Stoppers that can only be decrypted by Crime Stoppers.
Using the Crime Stoppers Online Tip Form
Please DO NOT use this form if you are a victim of a crime, have already spoken to the police or are a witness for the police in a matter. Please answer as many of the questions as you can. If you prefer to report your information anonymously by telephone, call Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
If the information leads to an arrest or charge you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00. Do not divulge any personal information that could identify you – our goal is for you to remain anonymous. To assist the investigators, please keep your information clear and concise, including where, when, why, how and what. Your tips are 100% confidential!
By providing information that Crime Stoppers will share with law enforcement agencies, you are providing an important and valuable public service. We understand that disclosure of your identity might put you at risk. We do everything we can to protect your anonymity. However, that anonymity may be open to challenge in the following situations:
- A call to Crime Stoppers made with the intention of “furthering criminal activity or interfering with the administration of justice”. A party who is guilty of a crime cannot use Crime Stoppers to try to divert the blame onto someone else. Crime Stoppers cannot be used to try to “frame” an innocent person.
- There is evidence that disclosure of some or all of a tip is necessary to establish someone’s innocence.
- A tipster having received the benefit of full legal advice may, for his or her own reasons, elect to waive the privilege.
For a more comprehensive explanation of these principles, help us to help you by reading and understanding the “Tipster Information” on the Canadian Crime Stoppers website.