Together we can make a difference
If you are aware of suspicious or criminal activity going on in or around your neighborhood, or have any information that can help take criminals off the streets of Palm Beach County, please call Crime Stoppers to report the information. The tip you provide may help solve a crime or save a life.
Please review the following programs and click on each image below for more ways you can help.
Stay informed about Palm Beach County unsolved crimes on the local news, this web site, and by following us on Twitter and Facebook. If you have related information, contact Crime Stoppers. No tip is too small. Your clue may be the missing piece of the puzzle that helps solve a crime, or save a life.
Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County advertises Wanted Fugitives in all local newspapers, television stations, radio and we also can be found on many internet sites. We air more than 400 felony fugitive each week. If you have any information that could lead to the arrest of a fugitive criminal, contact Crime Stoppers., Your call is anonymous.
Anyone with information on person(s) who are planning terrorism is asked to contact Crime Stoppers. As always, all callers will remain absolutely anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays up to $3,000 for terrorism information that leads to an arrest
Stop Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others. As defined under U.S. federal law, victims of human trafficking include children involved in the sex trade, adults age 18 or over who are coerced or deceived into commercial sex acts, and anyone forced into different forms of “labor or services,” such as domestic workers held in a home, or farm-workers forced to labor against their will. The factors that each of these situations have in common are elements of force, fraud, or coercion that are used to control people. Then, that control is tied to inducing someone into commercial sex acts, or labor or services. Numerous people in the field have summed up the concept of human trafficking as “compelled service.” Every year, human traffickers generate billions of dollars in profits by victimizing millions of people around the world, and here in the United States. Human trafficking is considered to be one of the fastest growing criminal industries in the world.
Labor trafficking occurs in diverse contexts that encompass all forms of labor or services. Common places where forced labor has been found in the United States include domestic servitude and small-scale “mom and pop” labor operations, to more large-scale operations such as farms and factories. Certain labor brokers that supply labor to multinational corporations have also been identified as an emerging type of labor traffickers. Sex trafficking includes commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), as well as every instance where an adult is in the sex trade as the result of force, fraud, or coercion. Sex trafficking occurs within numerous venues in the broader sex industry, commonly found in street prostitution, online escort services, residential brothels, and brothels disguised as massage businesses. Under U.S. and international law, commercially sexually exploited children found in the sex trade are considered o be victims of trafficking, even if no force or coercion is present.
Victims of human trafficking in the United States include U.S. citizens or foreign nationals, adults or minors, and men or women. Foreign-born victims in the U.S. may be either documented or undocumented.
Because human trafficking is considered to be one of the fastest growing criminal industries, the U.S. government and academic researchers are currently working on an up-to-date estimate of the total number of trafficked persons in the United States annually. With 100,000 children estimated to be in the sex trade in the United States each year, it is clear that the total number of human trafficking victims in the U.S. reaches into the hundreds of thousands when estimates of both adults and minors and sex trafficking and labor trafficking are aggregated.
- Click here for information about human trafficking statistics in the U.S and abroad.
- Click here for information about state, federal, and international anti-trafficking laws.
- Click here to report a tip
Stop Animal Cruelty
Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County has been collecting anonymous tips about felons, fugitives, homeland security, drugs, stolen property, guns in schools and information about unsolved crimes for nearly 30 years. Very few people know that anonymous tipsters have assisted in breaking up dog fighting rings, illegal cock fighting rings, recovered stolen horses as well as reporting all types of animal abuse.
You can remain anonymous and be eligible for a REWARD of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest in cases of animal cruelty. You can call: 1-800-458-TIPS (8477), or refer to the various reporting techniques available on this website. No matter how you elect to report animal cruelty, if you report it through Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County, you will remain ANONYMOUS and be eligible for up to a $1,000 REWARD.
In addition to removing people from our communities that abuse animals, Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County is providing links of Animal Shelters, Foster-Based Rescue Groups and other Wildlife Rescue and Shelter groups. We ask that you be the voice for these loving and caring dogs, cats and wildlife species that cannot speak on their own.
Contact the many shelters that have so many animals for adoption or foster homes. From purebreds to strays, from birds to ferrets, call an adoption center before you buy. Report cruelty to animals and save an innocent creature’s life. For more information visit the links below:
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control