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Online Crime Tips - Submit an Anonymous Tip

If this is an Emergency or if a Crime is in Progress... Do Not Use This Form.

CALL 1911 or 910-672-1911

The Fayetteville State University Police Department is committed to providing a safe campus community.  If you know of a crime or wish to report suspicious activity, you can submit information anonymously by completing and submitting the following form.

Immediate threats, such as a crime in progress or a person that is acting in a manner that is threatening to themselves or to others, should be reported to the Fayetteville State University Police Department by calling 1911 from any campus telephone or 910-672-1911 from any telephone.  You will not be required to provide your name.



Type of Crime
Location of Incident
Date of Incident (Format: mm/dd/yy)
Time of Incident (Format: 00:00) AM PM
Explain the Incident
(What happened and why you believe a crime occurred or may occur.)
Suspect's Name
Suspect's Gender
Suspect's Race
Suspect's Hair Color
Suspect's Eye Color
Suspect's Height Feet Inches
Suspect's Weight   pounds
Suspect's Identifying Characteristics
Suspect's Vehicle Description
Victim's Name
Victim's Description (If Name Unknown)
Other Helpful Information
Your Name (optional)
Your Email (optional)
Your Telephone (optional) (Format: (000) 000-0000)

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PLEASE NOTE: North Carolina General Statute 14-225 False reports to law enforcement agencies or officers:
Any person who shall willfully make or cause to be made to a law enforcement agency or officer any false, misleading or unfounded report, for the purpose of interfering with the operation of a law enforcement agency, or to hinder or obstruct any law enforcement officer in the performance of his duty, shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.