The Central Arkansas Crime Stoppers Program is a coalition between Law Enforcement and the community. The CrimeStoppers Program exists to assist Law Enforcement agencies in solving major and minor crimes and to serve as a vital link with the community.
The Pulaski County CrimeStoppers Program was founded in 1993 and is funded by donations from private businesses and is supervised by a Board of Directors who volunteer their time and efforts. No Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office funds are used to pay tipsters for information on crimes. The name was changed to Central Arkansas CrimeStoppers in 2010 to reflect the expanded agencies involved in the program.
Calls can be made to the CrimeStopper tip line: (501) 340-TIPS and information can be left without giving your name. However, to receive a reward, you must leave a contact phone number. The Central Arkansas CrimeStoppers Program is a vital link in the fight against crime.
Please help us make our community a safer place to live and raise a family. If you see or have information about a crime in Central Arkansas, call Crime Stoppers at (501) 340-TIPS (8477).