Break Your Silence and help us tackle drug-related violence

We've launched our first ever drug-related violence campaign in Warwickshire, asking local people to give us any information they may have about crimes, especially violent ones and especially where drugs are involved.

Though there are relatively few drugs-related incidents in the county, we at Crimestoppers received nearly 500 pieces of information last year relating to possession of weapons, drugs and assaults across Warwickshire.

The ‘Break Your Silence’ campaign is asking local people not to let drugs and violence rip the heart out of their communities.

Make a stand and contact us anonymously free:
Fill in our simple online form or call 0800 555 111

Drug Deal Compressed

We're asking local residents, particularly in Nuneaton and Rugby, to pass on anonymous information to Crimestoppers about individuals in their area who are committing violent crimes that are fuelled by or related to drugs.

Pauline Hadley, West Midlands Regional Manager for Crimestoppers, said: “It's good news that 500 people contacted us about drugs and violence last year. Drug-related violence is a blight on our community that we need to stop, so we want even more people to contact us this year.

“I’d ask anyone who may have information on those who know who the violent drug dealers are to ‘Break Their Silence’ and contact Crimestoppers by phone or online with guaranteed anonymity on 0800 555 111. If you have any information, no matter how small, you can be safe in the knowledge that nobody will know you spoke to us.”

 How you can help

• We don't want to know your name

• We don't want to know your address

• We cannot trace your phone call, or your computer

• We are an independent charity

• You won't have to go to court

We will never know who you are - and we don't want to


 If you have any information on those committing drug fuelled violent crimes:

Make a stand and contact us anonymously free:
Fill in our simple online form or call 0800 555 111