About Us

St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers is run by the St. Louis Regional Crime Commission, a non-profit citizen’s organization supported by private contributions. The commission is dedicated to aid crime fighting efforts in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and the surrounding communities on both sides of the river.

Learn more about the Crime Commission

The CrimeStoppers program is a partnership of the community, the media, and law enforcement designed to combat crime and keep our streets safe. The original chapter began in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in September 1976, and today there are 1,200+ programs worldwide.

The CrimeStoppers program is just one of the St. Louis Regional Crime Commission’s initiatives. Other efforts include the Vacancy Project, which clears abandoned buildings where crimes often happen. 

St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers

Officer Lisa Pisciotta, SLMPD
Executive Director
Edward Dowd
President
Map showing St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers coverage area
The St. Louis Regional Crime Stoppers program services the entire Metropolitan area. If you don't see your location, call us at 314-725-8477. Crime Stoppers is a World Wide Program and we can connect you with the right program.

Community Partners & Sponsors

Including police stations, news outlets, and local businesses in the St. Louis area.

Community Partners

Sponsors

Government Resources

Discover local government resources, including area police stations, other CrimeStoppers groups, Amber Alert, support groups, and more.

Ways To Help

Submit a Crime Tip

Know of recent criminal activity? Submit an anonymous tip and you could receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.

CALL 1 (866) 371-8477
SUBMIT ONLINE
P3 PHONE APP

Suggest a Vacant Property

Recommend an abandoned building for assessment and demolition to help prevent illegal activities.

Suggest a Property

Donate to a Fund

Support our programs by contributing to the Anonymous Tips reward cash fund or Vacancy Project demolition fund.

Donate

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Connect with us on social, help spread the word, and get the latest in recent crime and crime-fighting developments.

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