Although a society free from crime would be ideal, the reality is that even with a proactive Sheriff’s Office, crime will likely always exist. In order to be more effective, our Sheriff’s Office relies on information from sources within our community. We understand that fear of involvement often affects the number of tips we get from the community.
To encourage greater involvement from the community, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office offers this web-based form for reporting information about crimes while staying anonymous, if desired. You may also call the crime tip hotline at 540–636-5946.
It is important to provide as much accurate and detailed information as possible. This web hotline should not be used for initial reporting of crimes that have just occurred. If you have just witnessed a crime, or if you require immediate law enforcement assistance, please dial 911 if there is an emergency or 540–635-4128 for a non-emergency.
Although this hotline provides for anonymous reporting, you are encouraged to leave contact information in case the investigator working the case has additional questions they think you might be able to help with. You may have a crucial piece of information but not realize its value.
If you do not want to provide your name or email address, please enter the following:
Your Name = Concerned Citizen
Your Email = firstname.lastname@example.org