Victim's Rights

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Question:

What should I do if I have information about a crime?

Answer:

Any information that you may have in connection with a crime can be turned over to the police immediately.  You may do so by calling your local police station on their non emergency line. Infomation for most counties can be found by looking up your city's police department online. If you would like to remain anonymous you may also contact Silent Witness.

Silent Witness  or call 480 948-6377

The information for Tempe Police Department is below:

Tempe Police Department website

For non-Emergencies call 480-350-8311

 

 

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