WeTip is the oldest and most famous crime-fighting organization in the United States. WeTip has been assisting law enforcement solve cases for over 40 years. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit that relies on private donations to keep our program operational. WeTip operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year throughout the United States, and professional operators at our call center have been trained to take anonymous tips and pass them on to the appropriate police force.
You will never be asked for your name or personal information when you call WeTip. You will be given a one-time use code number that is the only identification linked to your tip. Keep it secure because this is how you can follow and win the award for your tip if it results in both an arrest and a conviction.
** How to Report Suspicious Activity
Tip-offs can be submitted in writing or over the phone. WeTip is accessible 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. Our call center is staffed by knowledgeable employees who have been schooled on how to handle anonymous tips and forward them to the proper enforcement agency.
You will not be asked for your name or personal information if you contact WeTip. You will receive a unique code number that is the only identification linked to your tip. Keep it, because this is how you’ll check and get the payment for your tip if it results in both an arrest and a conviction. If you encounter anything suspicious, please inform law enforcement. It’s up to us as a people to make our communities safer places where we may live, work, and raise our families.
** When Do Police Investigate Anonymous Tips?
Many people feel that reporting anonymously or confidentially is a waste of time, but this is not the case. In fact, law enforcement officials frequently investigate and take action on anonymous tips. There are a number of reasons why someone may choose to provide an anonymous tip or report for:
* Lack of trust in the police
* Not wanting to get involved in the criminal justice system
* Concerns about their own immigration status
* Fear of retaliation from the suspect or their associates
However, whether you have valid reasons for avoiding coming forward with information or not, there are ways to communicate anonymously that ensure your anonymity. WeTip is a non-profit organization headquartered in the United States that provides an easy method for people to report anonymous tips about criminal activity and suspicious behavior. WeTip provides an invaluable service to concerned citizens all across the United States who want to do the right thing but are afraid of retaliation.
** Can Anonymous Tips Be Traced?
One of the most prevalent concerns that people have about submitting an anonymous tip is whether their information might be traced back to them. WeTip makes great efforts to protect its sources’ anonymity. WeTip operators do not ask for any identifying information about the person who files the complaint, and all complaints are sent through a secure server that prevents tracking back to the source.
** What Happens When You Submit an Anonymous Tip?
When you submit a WeTip tip, it is immediately sent to the department where the problem is most likely to be addressed. WeTip does not get involved in investigations; our primary goal is to provide a secure way for concerned individuals to report criminal and suspicious behavior anonymously. Please call 9-1-1 instead of submitting a WeTip if you witness an ongoing crime or someone’s life is in danger.
** WeTip is for crimes that have already happened or are going to happen soon.
You may be wondering what will happen to your payment after you submit it. WeTip guarantees that your identity will remain secret and that your information will be kept secure. We will never ask you for your name or any other identifying information, even if authorities issue a subpoena requesting our records. Even if law enforcement subpoenas our records, they won’t be able to identify you because we don’t utilize call recording equipment.
** How to Report a Drug House Anonymously
WeTip is a non-profit organization that encourages the reporting of drug crime through its “Be Safe, Not Sorry” campaign. You can notify WeTip if you find any illegal drug activity in your area. To report any unlawful drug activity, fill out the form on our website. After you submit the form, competent authorities will be notified who will investigate the situation further once they get hold of the information.
** How Do I Report a Drug Dealer Anonymously?
You may report drug traffickers in the same way as you would deal with drug houses and report drunk driver anonymously. Drug smuggling damages communities by encouraging additional criminal behavior, including theft and assault, putting children and weaker individuals at risk. If you see anything unusual in your area, please do not hesitate to contact WeTip or the police.
** We want to be sure that your privacy is protected.
WeTip guarantees that the data you submit will be acted on as soon as feasible if you notify us anonymously. We work with them to ensure that your information is handled correctly. WeTip keeps track of each notion’s progress until it has been resolved, whether or not you login into your account or call our toll-free number. You may follow any idea’s development at any time by signing in to your account or calling our toll-free number.
** WeTip is a great resource for people who are worried about getting in trouble if they contact the police.
WeTip is an internet tipping service based in the United States that was founded in 1972. Since its inception, WeTip has distinguished between concerned citizens and America’s criminal underworld. When you utilize WeTip to contact the authorities, you will have greater security and anonymity, especially if you are concerned about negative consequences or retaliation for your reporting.
** If You Witness or Know About a Crime…
Call our hotline or go to WeTip.com at any time of day or night to file an anonymous complaint. You’ll be given step-by-step instructions for completing an electronic form that includes as much information as possible about the crime, but with no personal identifying information.