Fighting crime in the capital

Crimestoppers covers all five areas in London; East London, North London, West London, South London and Central London.

With over 8 million residents and over 300 languages spoken, London is full of people who can make a real difference about crime in their community. We are committed to helping you fight crime across the capital and to get our message out across London's diverse communities. We promote our service across all 32 Boroughs and the City Of London.

We work with the Metropolitan Police Service, City of London Police, Transport for London and the British Transport Police to make the capital safer for everyone and we work with with a variety of businesses to tackle crime in the capital. We guarantee anonymity, which means that no-one can ever find out who passed on information and that they will never be asked to go to court to give evidence.
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Help us fight crime in London

We are supported by volunteers in each Borough; each and every one is a vital link in terms of making a difference in their local community. There are many volunteer roles available and we are always looking for more people to join the team. Why not get involved?
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Most Wanted

You can find out who is Most Wanted by looking through the Most Wanted gallery for London. You can contact us with any information about these appeals.
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Operation Sunfire

Led by the Metropolitan Police Service’s Extradition Unit, Operation Sunfire is on the hunt for some of the most high risk foreign national fugitives believed to be hiding in the UK, particularly in areas of London.
Do you recognise any of the fugitives? »

Break the chain of cycle crime

In 2013, London cyclists fell victim to a total of 17,367 bicycle thefts, according to figures from the Metropolitan Police. Stolen cycles often turn up on sale in various locations.
Find out more about cycle theft in London »