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HOW TO: Send video clips to CrimeStoppers

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Steps on how to send videos to CrimeStoppers: 

1.    Download the TipSubmit App from your iPhone or Android store.

2.    Open the app and choose Savannah-Chatham CNTY CrimeStoppers in the agency tab

3.    Choose a password in the Password tab to protect your tips

4.    Click the New Tip tab

5.    Fill out the tip information

6.    In the last space click on the camera and upload the video/picture from your library

7.    Submit the tip

8.    You will receive a Tip number after the tip has been successfully submitted.

Any correspondence to CrimeStoppers is completely anonymous and can qualify the sender for reward money. 

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