We don’t have to know who YOU are to know who THEY are.

Submit a tip safely – all communications are anonymous.

We don’t have to know who YOU are to know who THEY are.

Submit a tip safely – all communications are anonymous.

Report A Tip

Use the P3 cell phone app
or call 804-780-1000
or use the P3 web form

Get a code

You will receive a special code to use for future interactions. Save the code.


Check back

Using your special code, you can check back later to obtain info about your case – and possible reward!

Tipsters, call 804-501-5936
517­-M11506, 517­-M11522, 517­-W11722, 517­-M11973, 517-C12246, 517-M12414

About Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers

Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers serves the City of Richmond, Henrico County, Hanover County, Goochland County, New Kent County, Caroline County and Charles City County in central Virginia.


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2024 Annual Golf Tournament

Course Location

Hanover Golf Club
14314 Country Club Drive
Ashland, VA 23005

Time & Date

October 4, 2024
Registration starts at 8 AM
Shotgun starts at 9 AM

Tournament Includes:

  • Closest to the pin contest
  • Drawings for prizes
  • Longest drive contest
  • Beverages on the course
  • Team prizes
  • Lunch

Crime Stoppers News

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as of May 1, 2024

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REMEMBER: You will remain anonymous. We don’t need to know who you are.

All crime leads welcome anytime.

Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers

c/o Henrico County Police
7721 E. Parham Road
Henrico, VA 23294
804-501-5936 (NO anonymous tips)


The Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers is a 501 (c)(3) organization that relies on donations to continue providing its anonymous tip-reporting program. No county or city tax dollars are used to fund the program.

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