Crime Stoppers Barbados is a community-based action programme that gives citizens in Barbados the ability to fight crime anonymously without fear. This three-part partnership between the police, the media, and the general community creates a safer Barbados!
To report a crime, citizens call a toll-free hotline—1-800-8477— or click the Web Tips link below. Web Tips is a secure and confidential technology that uses various forms of encryption to ensure your anonymity. If your tip leads to the arrest, prevention or solution of a crime you will could receive a cash reward up to BB$1,000.
Crimes that can be Reported
- Possession of illegal firearms
- Possession and trafficking of drugs
- Trafficking of persons
- All types of crimes and criminal activity
We are only interested in the information that you have. When you call us, you do not have to give your name or your address. You will never be called upon as a witness or to testify in a court of law because we never ask anything about your identity!
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Date: December 15th 2013
For release on Monday 16th 2013
CRIME STOPPERS TO SUPPORT INTERPOL’s INFRA AMERICAS
Crime Stoppers International (CSI) in conjunction with its affiliated Crime Stoppers programs in the Caribbean & Latin America Region, Canada and the Americas, is supporting INTERPOL in a global fugitive hunt, called Operation INFRA. (International Fugitive Round Up and Arrest).This INTERPOL led initiative is intended to apprehend fugitives that are sought both domestically and by other countries.
From December 16th 2013, Crime Stoppers programmes in the Caribbean, Latin America, Canada and the Americas, in collaboration with local and regional media, will undertake an intense effort to assist INTERPOL in tracking down highly sought after criminals who are believed to be resident in the Caribbean and the Americas.
Photographs and details of the persons of interest can be viewed at www.interpol.int. Anyone with information on these fugitives, can contact their local Crime Stoppers programmes anonymously or alternatively, they can provide information directly via the INTERPOL website.
(NOTE: information provided to INTERPOL will be treated in confidence, but unlike Crime Stoppers, will not be anonymous)
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