CJ104 Crime of the Week

What happens when you contact Crime Stoppers?

Do you have information on a criminal activity that has occurred or about to happen? Are you concerned about retaliation, recognition by others or the possibility of having your name associated with a crime? When you contact Crime Stoppers, you are completely anonymous so you will not have to worry about testifying in court or making a statement to law enforcement.  When you contact Crime Stoppers you will be immediately provided a tipster number which is your only identification. The information you provide will be forwarded to a law enforcement agency for investigation who report back to the tip-line operator if your information was useful.  Never share your tipster number with anyone or let anybody know you contacted Crime Stoppers.  The information you provide may result in a cash award.  The tip-line operator will inform you how you receive your cash award anonymously.

REMINDER:  Keep your storage sheds, garages and vehicles secure at all times to prevent thieves stealing your personal property.  Our region has experienced many break-in and thefts recently because the public has not taken sufficient precautions.  It is scam season and criminals will be attempting to get your hard earned money through various methods (phone, computer messages).  Criminals, most often located in a foreign country, may ask you to provide your bank account number so they can update or confirm the information they claim to have on file is correct.  Never under any circumstances provide your personal information to a complete stranger.

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