It has launched a mobile version of its website.
More than 40% of all information being passed to Crimestoppers comes in via the anonymous online form on the charity's website.
In just two weeks following the launch of the mini mobile website last month, the charity passed on just over 2000 pieces of information to the police, with nearly 12% of this information coming from the mobile site.
The site allows users to access the charity's secure online form which has been optimised for mobile devices. Those who have passed on information are also able to make a donation to Crimestoppers via text message through Just Text Giving.
With events such as the public disorder last August generating a huge amount of information for the charity, this new site will allow the public to give information 'on the go' but anonymity is guaranteed.
Kate Jackson, Crime-stoppers' Manager for Scotland, said: "This is a huge step forward for Crimestoppers in making our site more accessible for those that want to pass on information about crime, whether at home or out and about.
"One of the reasons people in Scotland contact Crimestoppers is the guarantee that their anonymity will not be compromised, and this new site continues that promise.
"I would encourage anyone with information about crime to visit the site and fill out the secure form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org - it could contribute to making Scotland, and your community, safer."
Crimestoppers can be contacted by calling 0800 555 111.