One of the immediate goals of the Southern Arizona Hate Crimes Task Force is to serve as a bridge between law enforcement and community groups that historically have been reluctant to report when they have been victimized or attacked due to a prejudice or bias against them.
BELIEVE YOU HAVE BEEN TARGETED AS THE RESULT OF A HATE CRIME, CALL 9-1-1.
If a member of the public wishes to provide anonymous information or report non-emergency incidents such as harassing phone calls or vandalism, you may submit information online to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
If a non-emergency incident has occurred within Tucson city limits, you may call Tucson Police Department’s non-emergency line, (520) 791-4444, or file an online report at: http://www.tucsonaz.gov/reporting/incident-reporting.php
If you wish to make an anonymous tip by providing information to the Tucson Police Department, you may call 88 CRIME ((520) 882-7463) or click here: https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=259&HR=http://cdn.crimereports.com/crimereports-20110113184422.swf
If a non-emergency incident has occurred outside of city limits, but within Pima County, you may call the Pima County Sheriff’s Department at 1-888-477-2328 or file an online report at: http://www.pimasheriff.org/department-services/online-services/
If you wish to report suspected non-emergency criminal activity to the Federal Bureau of Investigation or leave an anonymous tip, you may submit it online at: https://tips.fbi.gov. Information submitted will be reviewed and referred to the appropriate field office. You may call the FBI’s Tucson office at 520-623-4306 or 1-800-CALLFBI (1-800-225-5324). Please be assured that local law enforcement agencies will coordinate with the FBI on cases that involve violations of federal law, such as a hate crime as defined in the Shepard-Byrd Act.