How to be a tipster?

Maybe you overheard someone bragging about having committed a crime, or maybe you know someone who is driving a stolen car, or is hiding from the Police, or has killed, raped or beaten up someone, or is a robber, burglar or drug dealer. Maybe you just see something that doesn't look right - a strange car, a person acting sneaky, a person with a gun or knife or other lethal weapon. People taking things out of a house, garage, business, car trunk. If you do, call Crime Stoppers. If you aren't sure that what you saw or heard is really a crime, call anyway. 

Let law enforcement decide if it's worth investigating. It may be a piece of a clue to a big crime. 

When you call, don't give your name - we won't ask for it, we don't want it. We will give you a secret number that is yours alone. Crime Stoppers does not use caller ID or record telephone calls.

Tip Reward

Clarksville Crime Stoppers pays for tips in the Clarksville, Montgomery County areas. We cannot guarantee payment if tip information is received outside of our jurisdiction. Tip information received outside our jurisdiction will be turned over to the Crime Stoppers programs who cover those areas.

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1. How to be a tipster?
2. How can I give a tip?
3. What Is Crime Stoppers?
4. How does Crime Stoppers work?
5. Who administers the Crime Stoppers Program?
6. How is the Crime Stoppers Program funded?
7. How did Crime Stoppers begin?