What Is Crime Stoppers?

Hernando County Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization with general funding achieved through donations and fund-raising events; the reward program is supported by the Office of the Florida Attorney General. Our purpose is to encourage citizens to assist law enforcement officials in apprehending criminals and making Hernando County a safer place to live. We offer motivation by providing cash rewards up to $1000 for any tips leading to a felony or fugitive arrest. All of the tips we receive are 100% anonymous for your protection. By working together, common citizens and law enforcement officers can make Hernando County a safer place for all.

How Do I Submit a Tip?

All of the tips given to Hernando County Crime Stoppers are 100% anonymous. We never ask for any personal information, so you can be assured that your identity is completely protected. You can submit an anonymous tip two different ways:

How Do I Check on the Status of a Tip?

If you submitted an anonymous tip to us, you can check on its status in two ways:

How Do I Update My Tip?

Have you received additional information that is pertinent to a tip you already submitted? You can update your tip with this new information through one of the following options:

How Do I Receive Payment for My Tip?

Any tip that leads to a felony arrest is eligible for a reward. Your identity will still be protected, as we distribute our rewards through a careful process. You may pick up your reward at the bank using a code word and ID number that we will give to you. The bank will ask only for this information, and will not ask for your name or identification. You will then be given a cash reward for your assistance in apprehending a felon.

For Your Safety

The information on this website is subject to change as individuals are arrested, and accuracy is not guaranteed. This information is provided to citizens as a public service, and civilians should not approach individuals listed on this site. If you encounter a suspect, please contact your local law enforcement agency or Hernando County Crime Stoppers.

Law enforcement officers should not attempt any legal action based on the contents of this site. Officers should follow his or her department’s policies for confirming the validity of a warrant before proceeding with any arrest or other legal action.

Wanted Suspects

2013 Statistics

Tips Received

894

Cases Cleared

93

Arrests Made

56
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