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Campus Crime Stoppers

Campus Crime Stoppers provides students with a safe, informal, and anonymous system to give information about criminal activity, threats, or weapons, without fear of retaliation. If you have information about a crime committed at your school, or about threats of a crime or possible shooting, call the 24-Hour Campus Crime Stoppers tip line at 843-STOP or download the P3 tips mobile app. 

How Does It Work?

If you are a student, parent, teacher or other school staff member, you can call 843-STOP or submit a tip using the P3 tips mobile app with information about crimes in and around your school. No one will ask for your name, just for your information.

What Sort Of Crimes Should I Call About?

Anything! We are interested in any crime that happens in and around your school. Drugs, drinking, graffiti, vandalism, burglary, weapons, and gang activity are all crimes that affect your safety and ability to learn. We are also interested in threats of violence, even if they are only rumors. Information you provide us can help make your school a better place.

What Happens To The Information I Give To Campus Crime Stoppers?

When you call or use the mobile app, the information you provide is given to a police officer for investigation. The officer may get help from your school’s police officer.

What Happens If The Information I Give Is Wrong?

All information received is validated by Law Enforcement prior to any action being taken.

Do I Get A Reward?

If a crime is solved, if a criminal is arrested, or if a weapon is confiscated because of a tip you gave to Campus Crime Stoppers, you are eligible for a reward. Rewards will be issued in the form of a gift card. 

How Much Is The Reward?

Rewards range from $10 to $250. The Crime Stoppers Board meets every month to decide the amount paid for each successful tip.

If I Don’t Give My Name, How Do I Collect My Reward?

Every person who calls the tip line or uses the P3 tips mobile app is given a code number. If your tip leads to an arrest, confiscation of a weapon, or the resolution of a crime, you will receive a reward. When you call Crime Stoppers simply provide your Tip ID number and you will be instructed on how to collect your reward – without ever giving your name!

Campus Crime Stoppers is a program of Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers, Inc. a non-profit, volunteer agency working in partnership with local law enforcement.

If you would like more information about Campus Crime Stoppers, call us at (505) 768-2256

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