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PCSO tip411

The Parker County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) is pleased to announce the implementation of a cell phone and web based application which will allow citizens to report tips anonymously. Our ability to solve crimes and create a safer county has a lot to do with citizen involvement. 

Tip411 will allow you to open up a two-way line of communication and anonymously provide us information which will assist in solving crimes and create a safer community. You can even attach photographs and videos after you submit an initial tip!

When you submit a tip via any of the three options listed below, it is sent to a third party tip service, which acts as a privacy buffer between you and the PCSO. This protects your identity and your contact information. If you have a tip for the PCSO, you can utilize any of the three options to help provide vital information on crimes, criminals, or those engaging in criminal activity which will assist us in keeping Parker County safe for everyone.

This service is being provided to the public for non-emergency use, tips may not be received by us until the following day. This service is for providing anonymous tips only and is not meant to substitute a call to report a crime. In the event of an emergency, you should always contact 9-1-1. 

If your situation is not an emergency, but you still need an officer to respond, contact the PCSO at (817) 594-3213.


Option 1: TEXT A TIP TO 847411

Text information to 847411 (tip411)

In the message box begin by typing in PCSO, enter a space, then type your tip and hit send. It is important that the keyword PCSO be included before the message.

When the text message is sent to the PCSO, your information and contact information is scrubbed from the message that tip411 sends to us, this service is 100% anonymous.


Click the links below to download the PCSO app from your app store. This application provides citizens with the ability to submit tips from their smartphones. You may also search for “Parker County Sheriff’s Office” in your app store.


Use the link below to submit your anonymous tip online. After submitting a tip using a web service, you’ll be assigned a six-digit code containing numbers and letters. That is your anonymous ID to log back into the system.

Click here to submit a tip online.

If you would like to learn how to receive timely alerts via text, emails, or our smartphone app, click the “PCSO Alert” link to the right.

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