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The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office has collaborated with Crime Stoppers of Minnesota to provide three ways to share and report crime tips.
Emergency or time-sensitive information should be reported to the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office using 9-1-1 for emergency services, or by calling 651-767-0640 for non-emergencies.
Crime Stoppers is:
- Free – there is no cost to share or report information
- Anonymous – Crime Stoppers will not ask for your name and conversations are not recorded
- Confidential – Crime Stoppers does not record phone numbers, email addresses, IP addresses, or other information
- Accessible – report information 24 hours a day, seven days a week via by phone, text message, or online
Sharing Information about Wanted Persons
If reporting a tip about a person or persons with an arrest warrant, helpful information can include, but is not limited to:
- Current location
- Friends or family
- Place(s) of employment
- Phone numbers or email addresses
- Who they live with
- Who they are dating or married to
- Vehicles they drive, including any license plates
By providing information, a reward of up to $1,000 (if eligible) is available. Provide as much or as little information as possible. Report on any crime or fugitive you have knowledge about, whether or not it has been in the news or on this site.
Standard text messaging rates may apply based on the subscriber's plan with their mobile phone carrier.
About Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers of Minnesota is a non-profit group designed to serve as a separate and independent organization from law enforcement for the purpose of gathering information about crimes that may not otherwise be available to authorities, but can help to solve crimes. Crime Stoppers has been helping solve crimes for over 30 years.
To learn what to expect when sharing information, please visit How It Works. For more information, including tip eligibility, please visit Crime Stoppers of Minnesota.
Have a concern, idea, or observation? The Sheriff’s Office wants to hear it. Use the Community Concerns Form to share your concerns and comments.
Know someone with an arrest warrant? Use the Arrest Warrant Search and share what you know with law enforcement to help keep your community safe.