FAQS

What is Summit County Crime Stoppers?

Summit County Crime Stoppers is a program designed to encourage cooperation between the citizenry and the law enforcement community. It offers the citizens of Summit County direct and easy access to their law enforcement community and incentive in the form of anonymity and reward.

How Does it Work?

Citizens who have information relating to crimes, criminal activity or wanted persons (fugitives) can call a 24 hour telephone phone, (330) 434-2677. Their information will be taken by a Crime Stoppers operator and forwarded to the proper law enforcement agency. You may also text the word TIPSCO with your tip information to 274637 (CRIMES). You may also submit your tip online, securly and anonymously at: https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtips.aspx?AgencyID=1156.

How Can Someone Collect an Award Anonymously?

When a person calls Crime Stoppers they are assigned a confidential code number, which becomes their only identity. At no time will anyone ask their name. The reward can only collected using that confidential code number.

Where Does The Reward Money Come From?

Summit County Sheriffs Crime Stoppers, Inc. is a non-profit corporation funded by contributions from the business and private sector at no cost to the taxpayer.
Click here to learn more about our Board of Directors and corporate sponsors.

How Much Does The Program Pay?

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment (opposed to conviction) of criminals.

What Can Citizens Do To Help?

Pass the Word! Tell your friends about the Program.

 

 

 



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