What does Crime Stoppers do?
Crime Stoppers of Mid Michigan assists law enforcement agencies by publicizing serious crimes and gathering tips and other information about them from the public. To encourage Citizen Witnesses to come forward with information, Crime Stoppers provides an anonymous tip line and rewards of up to $1,000.
How does it work?
When you call 517 483-STOP (7867) you will speak with a police officer assigned to Crime Stoppers. The call is confidential. There isn't Caller-ID on the line, and they won't try to find out who you are.
Instead of your name the officer will give you a private Tip Number. Information is taken and passed to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
Within a month, when you call to see if there is a reward for you, the Tip Number is all you need to identify yourself and collect your reward.
We do not accept e-mail tips through this site. You must call the Crime Stoppers number, listed above. This is in order to protect your anonymity.
One Thousand DOLLARS?!?!
Rewards are paid for any tip leading to an arrest in any felony crime in Mid Michigan. The amount of a reward is decided by the Crime Stoppers of Mid Michigan Board of Directors, and is based on the severity of the crime involved and the usefulness of the tip leading to an arrest.
All rewards are paid out of funds collected through donations by individuals and businesses.
How can I help?
Please make a tax-deductible donation on the website, or send your donation to Crime Stoppers of Mid Michigan,3315 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Lansing, MI 48910. (Please click here to download a form to fill out and mail to Crime Stoppers)
Get involved as a Citizen Witness by calling 517-483-STOP with your information.
All donations to Crime Stoppers are tax deductible. Please help us make our community a safer place to work and live. By supporting Crime Stoppers, you can make a difference and be part of the alliance to get felons off the streets.
DO NOT attempt to approach, follow, detain or arrest any individual based on this web site's information. As information becomes dated it may become less accurate. Because some wanted persons are being sought for crimes of violence, or are known to be armed, all wanted persons should be considered dangerous. If you have information regarding the identity or whereabouts of any wanted person immediately contact Crime Stoppers or notify your local law enforcement agency.