What is Fearless?

Fearless is a site where you can access non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality.

What makes this site different is we also provide you with a safe place to give information to us about crime – 100% anonymously.

Fearless – who we are

Fearless is the dedicated youth service of the independent charity Crimestoppers. We provide you with the opportunity to give information about crime 100% anonymously.

You can give information to us using our online form or by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

We cannot track your IP address or your phone number. We have no way of knowing who has contacted us.

After receiving your completed form or your call, we create a report, ensuring it doesn’t contain any info that could identify you, and generate a report which is then sent on to the relevant authority with the legal responsibility to review the information that has been passed to them.

We are not the police. We are a charity. You will not be contacted by the police after passing information on to Fearless as the police have no way of knowing who the information has come from.

Want to know more? Have questions about how it all works? Check out our

Give Info Anonymously

This form is anonymous. No one will know you have sent this info. If you are using a shared or public computer we encourage you to delete your page history. 

Please include as much information as possible, as there is no way we can contact you for more info. The video below highlights the key information we need. Please watch this to get top tips for completing the form to ensure we can pass your information on. 

Please note as we are 100% anonymous, we cannot take information from you if you are a victim of crime. If you are a victim of crime it’s really important that you talk to a parent/guardian, an adult you trust or report it to the police.

 You can also get more information, support and advice from the organisations listed on our youth support services page.

If it is an emergency you should call the police on 999

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