Contact us

Contact us by phone, email or visit the nearest SIPA office

  • State Investigation and Protection Agency
  • Nikole Tesle 59, Istočno Sarajevo
  • + 387 (0) 57 32 61 00 + 387 (0) 57 32 61 05
Sarajevo Regional Office
  • Sarajevo Regional Office
  • Nikole Tesle 59
    71123 Istočno Sarajevo
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • + 387 (0) 57 32 61 00
  • + 387 (0) 57 32 65 96
Banja Luka Regional Office
  • Banja Luka Regional Office
  • Bulevar Vojvode Stepe
    Stepanovića 138
    78000 Banja Luka BiH
  • + 387 (0) 51 34 82 80
  • + 387 (0) 51 43 93 15
Mostar Regional Office
  • Mostar Regional Office
  • Blajburških žrtava bb
    88000 Mostar
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • + 387 (0) 36 44 75 00
  • + 387 (0) 36 34 89 87
Tuzla Regional Office
  • Tuzla Regional Office
  • Mitra Trifunovića Uče 6
    75000 Tuzla
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • + 387 (0) 35 32 05 00
  • + 387 (0) 35 28 61 97

Report Crime Online

Prijavite krivično djelo putem naše web stranice

You may report information, data and useful findings about any suspicious activity, planning or perpetration of criminal offence by using our online form. If you wish to be anonymous, you are not required to fill out the fields related to your personal information.

Please could you answer the following questions: 1) Who the offender is?, 2) What happened?, 3) Where, when and how it happened?, 4) Who the perpetrator was with?, 5) Why the criminal offence was perpetrated (motive)?, 6) To whose detriment? Who was the victim?, 7) Are there any witnesses?

Report a Crime

Citizens - our partners in fighting crime

Have you ever wanted to report a criminal offence, but in fear for your personal safety, you did not do it?

SIPA provides you an anonymous and free of charge Crimestoppers phone number to report a crime – 080 020 505. This number is available 24 hours a day in the entire territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Crime-Stoppers hotline is intended solely for the reporting of information, data and useful findings available to citizens about planning or perpetration of criminal offence.

Dare!

Your reports will be received and processed in detail by police officials of SIPA. Depending on the issue, the reports will be submitted to the SIPA investigative lines of work or other relevant police forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina for further action.
If someone is in immediate danger, call the local police on 122, which is the unique emergency number of Police Services available in the entire Bosnia and Herzegovina, or visit the nearest police station or administration.