Promoting Your tip411 Program

To help increase the visibility of your tip411 program, we can help you add tip411 information to your agency website and Facebook page.

On Facebook, we can help you add Submit A Tip and Sign Up For Alerts tabs to your page. The Submit A Tip tab includes instructions how to text a tip, links to your tip411 iPhone and Android apps, and displays your agency web tip form.NilesFacebook

The Sign Up For Alerts tab would display your agency alert sign-up form.

Here are some agency Facebook pages as examples

Niles, IL Police Department

Duluth, MN Police Department

Collin County, TX Sheriff’s Office


You can also include similar tip411 information on your own website. The code to embed the tip form and sign up form are located in the Settings section of the admin Dashboard. Our tip411 Promo Kit located in the Resources section contains graphic files you can use on your website.

Here are some agency website pages as examples.

Hazard, KY PD Website – Submit A Tip

Hazard, KY PD Website – Alert Sign Up

Leander, TX PD Website – tip411 program review

Feel free to email your Account Manager Gordy Christian to find out how you can add tip411 info to your agency Facebook page and agency website.

Suspect Arrested within Hours Thanks to Community Tips via tip411

On July 10th at 10:04 a.m., Canton Police in Ohio posted the following on the department’s official Facebook page:

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By 1:43 p.m., less than four hours later, Canton Police posted the following on Facebook to let the public know that a suspect had been identified via a tip through the department’s tip411 system and that he was in custody:

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Asking the public for help and giving them the tools to share information quickly, safely, and anonymously can help reduce crime.  Learn more about how tip411 helps law enforcement across the country at

New tip411 program launched by Hazard, KY PD helps notify public, find suspect

The Hazard Police Department’s (HPD) latest investment seems to be paying off after a man-hunt for an armed robber in Hazard Friday evening was cut short thanks to information shared across social media outlets via the tip411 service.

Michael Scott Thompson, 31, of Hazard, was arrested Friday night after allegedly attempting to rob two area businesses.

Hazard police, along with KSP, rushed to get the word out about Thompson, with the HPD posting on Facebook about it.

“The post was shared 186 times and viewed by 7,280 people in a little over two hours,” the HPD posted on their Facebook page later Friday night.

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