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Isle of Wight County is fortunate to have a very active Crime Line Program that is run and managed by
civilian volunteers within the community. The Isle of Wight • Smithfield • Windsor Crime Line Board has
made it very easy for the public to provide completely anonymous information regarding crimes that have occurred, reporting undiscovered criminal activity, and the location of wanted persons. If the information you provide leads to apprehension or conviction, you may be eligible for a cash reward.
Your identity will remain anonymous and you will not have to testify in court.
The Isle of Wight•Smithfield•Windsor Crime Line is a non-profit, non-law enforcement, non-government organization that is staffed by volunteers. Crime Line is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization. It is funded solely on donations from the community. It is authorized under Virginia Code to provide rewards of up to $1,000.
The graphics below provide information on how to contact this organization administratively or to provide anonymous tips. Please do not provide tips to the administrative contact.
Isle of Wight•Smithfield•Windsor Crime Line is on Facebook.
NON-EMERGENCY DISPATCH PHONE NUMBER 757-357-2151
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