Arlington County Crime Solvers

Citizens working together to fight crime


Arlington County Crime Solvers is a community-based program which involves the media and the public in the fight against crime. The Crime Solvers program offers cash rewards of up to $1,000 to people who provide information to law enforcement about a fugitive, crime or criminal activity that leads to an arrest and indictment.

Crime Solvers sponsors a 24-hour confidential phone line, 1-866-411-TIPS (8477) to encourage community members to anonymously volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies in their fight against crime.

Be advised that the Crime Solvers tip line is not a substitution for calling the police. For crimes in-progress and other incidents requiring a police response, call 911 in an emergency, or 703-558-2222 in non-emergency situations.


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Support Arlington County Crime Solvers

Send your tax deductible donation to:
Arlington County Crime Solvers, Inc.
P.O. Box 6231
Arlington, VA 22206

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Reward for Anonymous Tip!


Arlington County Crime Solvers Provides Award for Citizen Tip Leading to Arrest and Conviction of two Armed Robbery Suspects.

Arlington County Crime Solvers (ACCS) has awarded tipsters with $650 for information that led to the identification and arrest of two suspects involved in an armed robbery.

See Press Release for more details

ACCS Awards Luncheon

Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award Luncheon

May 9, 2019

Annually, the Arlington County Crime Solvers hosts an annual luncheon, during which it presents the Officer of the Year award(s). The luncheon not only recognizes the leadership of outstanding public safety officers, but also helps to raise needed funds to underwrite this program, including paying for the anonymous tip line service, printing and distribution of promotional materials, and providing cash rewards to tipsters whose information helps the Arlington County Police Department solve a crime.

2019 Officer of the Year Luncheon featured in the Arlington Connection.

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