Crime Stoppers is a Partnership Program that works.
Crime Stoppers is a partnership of law enforcement, the media and the public which provides the community with a proactive way to anonymously assist in solving crime.
Crime Stoppers Programs – A Global Force
Worldwide, there are over 1200 community programs. Canada alone has over 100 active programs and in Ontario there are 38 Crime Stoppers Programs.
Follow the links to visit other Crime Stoppers sites in Ontario, Canada and the World.
Police and other law enforcement agencies receive and investigate anonymous tips received through Crime Stoppers. Visit our law enforcement partner sites.
Canadian Border Services Agency
Crime Stoppers is publicized on a regular basis by all media outlets including print, broadcast and web based partners. Special attention is given to unsolved crime re-enactments, “Crimes of the Week”, cold cases, drug activity, wanted persons, and suspected terrorist and gang activity. The media help to get out the Crime Stoppers Message. Visit our Media Partner Sites.
Citizen volunteers are responsible for forming the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors. Crime Stoppers Programs are incorporated charitable organizations, whose directors establish policy, determine amount and method of reward payments, work closely with law enforcement and the media and oversee the program. The directors are responsible for fund raising, and all volunteer service. The program is supported by the community through tax deductible donations from businesses, corporations, individuals, and service organizations. Here are are business and educational partners 2012. Individual members of the public also make personal donations to support Crime Stoppers fundraising events.
Our 2012 Business partners
Individual Community Members 2012-14
Colin and Barb Miller
Wendy and Gordon Downing
Peter Abi Rashed