Find out how to get in contact with our press and media team at Terminate Crime
If you are a journalist and need to contact the Terminate Crime media office, you can email us (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday).
How we handle press enquiries
If you are a journalist or media outlet enquiring about a specific report made to Terminate Crime, please be aware case progress updates are available to victims by logging into Terminate Crime. If after the victim has obtained an update you wish further information about the case, please do get in touch email only. Queries relating to reported cases will require the crime reference number which will have been given to the victim when they reported to Terminate Crime as well as written consent from the victim for Terminate Crime to discuss their case with a third party.
When requesting statistics, please provide the specific type of fraud, the time frame you are interested in and whether you also require the total losses or victim profile data. Fraud data is also published on Our Website as part of their regular quarterly crime statistics bulletin.
When you send an email to Terminate Crime please do not send personal information, such as address or bank account details.
Terminate Crime is the Nigeria’s National reporting centre for all type of CRIMES . It does not have investigation powers, the reports taken by Terminate Crime are sent to the National Fraud Intelligence Agency concern and analyse intelligence on fraud, who then make the decision to send crimes to law enforcement.
Terminate Crime can also take fraud information reports from people who have been in a situation where fraud could have occurred but didn’t, for example, if they had received a letter or email asking for money in relation to a bogus lottery win, inheritance or other approach for money that is not genuine, but did not respond to the sender or send any money.