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How do you report a drug dealer anonymously?

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To report a drug dealer anonymously, search online for the phone number of the Crime Stoppers program in your area. Enter *67 before dialing the number to block caller identification.

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  1. Search online for the phone number of the Crime Stoppers program in your area

    Type "Crime Stoppers" and your city in a search engine.

  2. Dial *67 before entering the Crime Stoppers number

    Entering the code *67 prior to dialing the Crime Stoppers number blocks your telephone number from being identified.

  3. Avoid personal information

    When discussing the suspected crime with Crime Stoppers operators, avoid providing personal information that may compromise your identity. For example, avoid mentioning the exact location of your home or that you know the suspected drug dealer personally.

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