Most Wanted in Central Montana, Latest Crimestoppers Photos

As statistics continue to show that crime is a major problem in Great Falls, in Montana and in America, one of the ways to help battle the epidemic is for the public to help and report those crimes.  Or report on what they saw or may know regarding the given crime.

Great Falls is fortunate that there is a group that does just that, and everyone can be a part of this entity.  Law enforcement at both city and county levels rely on citizens to help solve crimes.  That's where Crimestoppers comes in.

Crimestoppers Funded Locally, With Local Board of Directors

With a 6-person board of directors of citizens from Great Falls and Cascade County, Crimestoppers allows for:

a community member to anonymously provide crime tips and have the ability to be rewarded for the information through the Board of Director’s Approval.


Those rewards could be up to a $1000 cash payment to you for information leading to the crime being solved.

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Making A Report Using Crimestoppers in Cascade County and Great Falls

If you have information on a crime or person of interest, there are 3 separate ways to report to Crimestoppers:

Tipsters can utilize the P3 Tips App, the P3 Tips website, or call into the Tips Hotline.  Tipsters giving information will be provided an individual tip identification and should their information be helpful in the arrest of a suspect, the Tipster will be notified of their cash reward and how to obtain the reward.  Tipsters can be eligible for up to a $1,000.00 cash reward!

To report online, click here.  To report via phone, call 406-727-TIPS(8477).

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Each month the Crimestoppers release the most wanted across the city and county. You can be a tipster and possibly eligible for a cash reward from them.

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