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TXT2TIP

CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT

HELP FIGHT CRIME ANONYMOUSLY


You can submit tips by text message as described below or click here to submit a tip from your browser.

CASH REWARDS UP TO $1,000*


The Chicago Police Department created the TXT2TIP program so that YOU can anonymously and SAFELY help rid your community of crime by sending information to the Chicago Police Department via a text message from your cellular phone. Follow these easy steps to submit a tip via text message:
1. Create a new text message or SMS text on your cellular phone
2. Enter the number 274637 (CRIMES) in the “TO” line
3. In the message box, type the word CPD, a space, and then your crime tip information
4. Hit “send” to send the text message You will automatically receive a system generated message back on your cell phone acknowledging your tip.
Your identity will not be sent to the Chicago Police Department.


IF YOU SEE A CRIME IN PROGRESS OR NEED TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911


For more information on TXT2TIP, please visit the Chicago Police Department website at www.chicagopolice.org/txt2tip
*The cash reward is provided by Cook County Crime Stoppers for information leading to an arrest.

The Chicago Police Department created the TXT2TIP program so that YOU can anonymously and SAFELY help rid your community of crime by sending information to the Chicago Police Department via a text message from your cellular phone. Click the link above for more information. TXT2TIP Flyer
TXT2TIP allows the public to send tips (including pictures, video or audio) via text message about criminal activity to the Chicago Police Department from any cell phone. Cook County Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 dollars for information leading to arrests. TXT2TIP Brochure

TXT2TIP allows the public to send tips (including pictures, video or audio) via text message about criminal activity to the Chicago Police Department from any cell phone. Cook County Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 dollars for information leading to arrests.