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    A Safe and Ready Army, Report Crime and Suspicious Activity

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    U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command

    The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly referred to as CID, is asking the Army community and American public to help the Army maintain its readiness and lethality by reporting any and all criminal or suspicious activity.

    Information can be easily and anonymously submitted to CID via a digital crime tips submission system.

    The digital system provides users a safe, secure and anonymous method to report criminal activity and security threats without fear of retaliation. Whenever a person submits a tip online, the completed form is securely transferred directly to Army CID through a Secure Sockets Layer connection, which means that the tips are encrypted, entirely confidential and completely anonymous. Users can also attach images, videos and documents with their tips.

    Additionally, persons providing anonymous tips will have the ability to communicate with CID Special Agents. After submitting a tip, a tip reference/ID number is created that allows the tipster to create a password to check the status of the submitted tip or check on the status of a reward – if applicable.

    There is also the multi-language feature for global use that allows tips to be auto-converted into English on the backend regardless of what language they were submitted.

    The public can access the system via any Internet-connected device by visiting, In addition to the web interface, the app is available for free download from the Apple Store and Google Play at

    β€œIt is critical for people to say something when they see something and it literally can mean the difference between someone receiving the justice they deserve or victimizing another innocent person or our Army,” said Christopher Grey, spokesman for CID.



    Date Taken: 07.25.2019
    Date Posted: 07.25.2019 10:36
    Story ID: 332974
    Location: QUANTICO, VA, US 

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