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What do I do with information I have about a crime?

The people who know the most about a neighborhood or the community are its residents. Throughout the United States crimes are solved everyday because concerned citizens notify their local police department. Approximately 42 percent of all violent crimes occur at or near a home or school within observation.

Police officers can not be everywhere to observe crimes in progress. You may now, or in the future, have information that will help the police department solve a crime. It is estimated that for every one tip, 100 hours of an investigators time is saved, thus allowing crimes to be solved more quickly. The Department of Justice has estimated that approximately 42 percent of all quality-of-life crimes committed in the United States are reported. In Longmont, that figure is approximately 49 percent.

The Longmont Police Department requests any citizen who has knowledge or information regarding any crime to please contact us. A crime could be:


Animal Cruelty or neglect Assault
Arson or juvenile firesetting Auto theft or break in
Burglary to business Burglary to private homes
Domestic violence Drug activity
Gang activity Graffiti
Indecent exposure Robbery
Sex assaults Vandalism



NORTHERN COLORADO CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM- Anyone with information about a crime is asked to contact Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or you can send a text message to "CRIMES" (274637) Keyword: NOCO (followed by your tip information).  You will remain anonymous and can receive up to a $2,000.00 cash reward for information that results in the arrest of a suspect. 



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