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Dr. Ed Manansala, County Superintendent of Schools
WeTip

WeTip

WeTip

Operators are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (Se Habla Español) The caller always remains absolutely anonymous (not just confidential).  Call 1-800-78-Crime Now!

All districts in our county have access to the crime reporting service WeTip. Students, staff and the community members can call WeTip to report any information on crimes committed against our schools. The hotline is a way for people to get involved in establishing a safer community. Students are often afraid to report crime information because they fear reprisal from the person they are reporting. WeTip gives students and their families an opportunity to give information without fear. When you call the WeTip hotline, the first words you will hear from the operator will be, “This is the WeTip crime line, please do not give your name.” The operator will then ask a series of questions, designed by law enforcement, to obtain the maximum amount of information about the reported crime. WeTip information is immediately conveyed to the appropriate police, fire, and sheriff’s agencies. After the information is taken, if the informant requests a reward, a code name and number are assigned to the informant. Cash rewards of up to $1000 are given upon verified reports from law enforcement that WeTip information was received prior to arrest and that the information was helpful in the arrest and conviction. The reward drop is made at a designated postal location, using the assigned code names and case numbers. No personal contact is ever made with the informant. WeTip takes information for the following crimes:

  • Violence
  • Arson
  • Drugs
  • Graffiti
  • Child abuse
  • Worker Comp Fraud
  • Vandalism
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Gangs
  • Weapons

For more information on the WeTip organization, visit their web site at www.wetip.com