Give A Tip88-CRIME is an anonymous, toll-free crime tip line that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.

88-CRIME assists local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by providing an anonymous, toll-free hotline for reporting crime-related information.

Overcoming the two biggest impediments to community involvement --- fear and apathy --- the program encourages members of the public to report information that can help law enforcement officers solve crimes and arrest criminals.

 88-CRIME provides three ways to submit an anonymous tip: by calling 882-7463; by submitting information online (; or through the P3 Tips Mobile App available on iOS and Andriod platforms. Tipsters are not asked for their names, and the information provided is never recorded, preserved, or traced.

Since this program of the Pima County Attorney’s Office began in 1980, tips to 88-CRIME have been responsible for more than 4,978 felony arrests and more than 121 million dollars in recovered stolen property and seized illegal drugs. Thanks to the anonymous tips from callers, 88-CRIME has helped take a host of murderers, child molesters, armed robbers, burglars and drug dealers off our streets.

A person may be eligible to receive a cash reward if information provided to 88-CRIME leads to the arrest and indictment of a felony offender. The program has already given out more than $1,357,475 in rewards since its inception. NO TAX DOLLARS ARE USED TO PAY REWARDS. The reward fund is financed by donations and contributions.

88-CRIME in schools
Crime School Program
88-CRIME offers the film "Trouble at Hand" to schools, law enforcement, and community groups.  This is a unique collaboration with the law enforcement community, local film makers, 88-CRIME, and students. It examines a middle school girl's conflict when she overhears a classmate boasting that he is going to bring a gun to school.
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"88-CRIME is an invaluable tool that provides collaborated assistance to law enforcement!"
Pima County Sheriff logo Clarence W. Dupnik
Pima County Sheriff, Retired

"88-CRIME has proven to be an invaluable program to Law Enforcement by allowing the average citizen to become part of the crime fighting team.  By becoming the eyes and ears of police, people who call 88-CRIME play an important role in bringing criminals to justice."
Tucson Police Department logo Roberto A. Villaseñor
Tucson Police Department Chief, Retired

Submit a Tip
An anonymous tip can be made by:

Calling the 88-CRIME hotline @ (520) 882-7463 {COLLECT CALLS ACCEPTED}

Submitting a tip online

Downloading the P3 Tips Mobile App, availble on iOS and Andriod platforms.
Resource Center
32 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
(520) 724-5617
(520) 724-5619 Fax
Submit a Tip
Tipline: (520) 882-7463
32 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701