Lafayette Crime Stoppers: General Information - KLFY News 10

Lafayette Crime Stoppers: General Information

The Lafayette Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime.  Help your community by supplying law enforcement agencies with vital information to bring criminals to justice.  There are multiple ways to help inform your local law enforcement agency of a crime - by calling the Crime Stoppers hotline, texting the tip, or submitting an email.  For information on submitting tips and other information, visit the Lafayette Crime Stoppers website at www.lafayettecrimestoppers.com

 

Call in to the hotline:
1-337-232-8477   -or-   1-800-805-8477

 

Email a tip to Lafayette Crime Stoppers:
Click here

 

Text a tip from your phone:
Text TIP153 and the message to Crimes (274637) All callers will reman anonymous.

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