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Getting Involved

You can make a difference in the fight against crime and terrorism.  The Pennsylvania State Police encourages you to provide tips that will help law enforcement authorities do their job.

  • Terrorism/Fugitive Tip Line - 1-888-292-1919  Use this number to report suspicious individuals or activity that may be directly or indirectly associated with terrorists or terroristic activity and to report information on individuals listed on the Pennsylvania State Police Top Ten Most Wanted poster. Individuals reporting information will not necessarily be contacted.
  • Pennsylvania State Police Ten Most Wanted
    The Pennsylvania State Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit seeks assistance with locating individuals listed on the Pennsylvania State Police Ten Most Wanted Poster.
  • Drug Trafficking Tip Line - 1-877-PA-NODRUGS
    Report drug traffickers in your neighborhood 24 hours a day via this toll-free hotline.
  • Megan's Law Tip Line - 1-866-771-3170
    If you believe any of the information found within Pennsylvania Megan's Law registry is inaccurate, please contact the Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Records and Identification, Megan's Law Section, 1800 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
  • Underage Drinking Tip Line - 1-888-UNDER21
    The information obtained from this line is directed to the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.  Callers, who can remain anonymous, are encouraged to provide tips about planned events involving underage drinkers or about parties already underway.  The Pennsylvania State Police refers calls that require immediate attention directly to the proper agency for whatever action that agency deems appropriate.
  • Liquor Enforcement Complaint Hotline - 1-800-932-0602
    The Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement operates a toll-free hotline to receive complaints on Liquor Code Violations. When leaving a voice mail message, speak slowly, clearly, and provide all available information. Include name and address of licensee or speakeasy operator, days of the week or time of day the violations are occurring, or any other information that could assist the investigation. All information is kept confidential. Contact information is not required to report a violation however is requested in the event additional information is necessary. Or, fill out an Online Liquor Control Complaint Form.
  • PA Crime Stoppers - 1-800-4PA-TIPS
    After the media provides the details of a PA Crime Stoppers release, they also provide a toll-free telephone number for anyone with information to call. When an individual has information about the PA Crime Stoppers release, they can pick up the telephone and call the Crime Stoppers Hotline. The caller is assigned a special code number and not required to give a name. Instructions are given to call the hotline again at a later date to find out if the information qualifies for a cash reward.
  • Pennsylvania Amber Alert Plan
    The Pennsylvania Amber Alert Plan (PAAP) web site is used as an additional source for a Pennsylvania Amber Alert activation. The web site is used to post updates and/or cancellations concerning an Amber Alert Activation. The information posted remains for a period of 24 hours.  The public is encouraged to register on the Amber Alert Web Site. Once registered, they will receive e-alerts, which are email messages containing the text of Amber Alert activations. Users may also register to receive Amber Alert notifications via their cellular phone.
  • See Something Send Something Mobile App
    See Something Send Something is the preeminent nationwide suspicious activity reporting (SAR) tool for citizens to help in the fight against terrorism. Downloads available for Apple and Android devices.