Report a Wildlife Crime

If this is an emergency call 9-1-1.
If this crime is underway call 9-1-1 or your local sheriff's office or police.

We rely on the public's help to report suspicious activity related to wildlife crimes in Idaho. You can report information anonymously through this form or by calling (800) 632-5999, 24-hours a day.

Please provide as many details as possible to help with the investigation. 

 

 

Scene Details: When and Where

Please select the date and location of the incident that you are reporting.
Date Time
E.g., 12/15/2019
E.g., 19:30

Describe any additional information about the scene.

Incident Details

Please provide details about this incident in the sections below.

Please describe the fish or wildlife being reported.
(Example: an elk, a mature buck, several deer, a black bear, 30 rainbow trout)

Please include the current or last known location of the wildlife in this report.

(Examples: In a backyard, released, in a field, packed and wrapped in a freezer, in a vehicle (describe below).

Please tell us why you are reporting this incident or crime. What was done outside of the law? Details are very helpful here.

If known, please include all possible pertinent information, including height, weight, hair, eyes, age that may identify suspect(s).


Including license plate, color, type, year, model.
Photo(s)

Please attach any photos or evidence documenting this incident. Photos only. Max file size is 100MB.

More information
  • Files must be less than 100 MB.
  • Allowed file types: png gif jpg jpeg.

Contact Information

Address

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Citizens Against Poaching Info

 

Citizens Against Poaching Reward Information

Rewards are paid if the reported information is sufficient for a citation or issued warrant. A conviction is not necessary.  Rewards are for the following the amounts:

  • $200 for birds, fish, and general violation 
  • $300 for most big game animals and wild turkeys
  • $600 for trophy species, such as sheep, goat, and moose