About Crime Stoppers

Did you know that Crime Stoppers is a volunteer driven, community owned, not for-profit organization that serves more than half a million citizens? There are over 1,200 local Crime Stoppers programs in more than 20 countries around the world. The Manitoba Crime Stoppers program serves the citizens of rural Manitoba, outside of the cities of Brandon and Winnipeg. Since 1985 Manitoba Crime Stoppers has partnered with communities, the media and police agencies, working together to solve crimes committed in rural Manitoba.

Every time a crime is committed, it affects us all! Your tips are a valuable tool in police investigations. In the past 25 years, Manitoba Crime Stoppers has received over 13,000 tips on criminal activities in this Province. Crime Stoppers is based on the simple principle that for every crime committed, someone other than the criminal has information about it. Manitoba Crime Stoppers provides you with an avenue to safely and anonymously share valuable information with police agencies about crime in your rural Manitoba community. You don’t have to reveal your identity to help solve crime.

We want your information, not your name.

Crime Stoppers tip lines are accessible 24/7, 365 days a year. All information gathered is passed along to local authorities. You can earn a cash reward of up to $2000.00 for information leading to an arrest, with the recovery of drugs, weapons, or stolen property. Your information helps to solve and deter crime and makes our communities safer.

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Completely Anonymous

Manitoba Crime Stoppers provides you with an avenue to safely and anonymously share valuable information with police agencies crime in your rural Manitoba community. Tips submitted through this website are encrypted, entirely confidential, and completely anonymous. The phone tip line, 1-800-222 (TIPS) is not traceable and we do not subscribe to caller ID or call display.

Outside of normal business hours, your web tips are monitored by our answering service. The tip is forwarded to the appropriate authorities in situation where immediate action is necessary only if the tip has sufficient information (ie: location/time frame etc.). The answering service does not have two way dialogue capabilities to confirm important details or ask you questions. Please call the 1-800 tip line if your tip requires a more immediate response.

In order to protect your anonymity…

  • DO NOT share your tip number with anyone.
  • DO NOT tell people you have provided a tip or received an award.

All awards are paid out using a system designed to maintain your anonymity.