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OCTOBER 31 2016
Former President of the OACS, Dave Forster, now President of the Canadian Association of Crime Stoppers, attended the Crime Stoppers International (CSI) Conference in Trinidad October of 2016. At this conference Crime Stoppers Ontario Association was awarded the first ever Community Partnership Environmental Award in CSI history. Recognized were the Toronto Zoo, OACS and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for their ongoing work raising awareness of the illegal wildlife trade in Canada, focusing on the illegal harvest and trade of turtles. [ more ]
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August 4, 2016
On June 25, 2016, at the Annual General Meeting in Toronto, David Forster, Past President of the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers, was elected President of the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association. [ more ]
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August 4, 2016
Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers President Update “For the last 4 years, I have proudly served as President of the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers. [ more

Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers 

President Update 

“For the last 4 years, I have proudly served as President of the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers. During that time, I have happily led a group of dedicated volunteers who have shared a common vision: to raise awareness about Crime Stoppers and support Ontario programs. We have accomplished many great things, from our annual training conference to new partnerships aimed at improving community safety; I believe the last few years have been very productive. As always, there is more work to be done. The OACS will continue to be the leader our programs need and I have every confidence in our new President, Neil Unwin, to take the association to the next level. I wish to thank the Board members across Ontario for their commitment to the Crime Stoppers mandate. Please know I am still involved in the Crime Stoppers family. While I continue to serve on my own local board in York Region and as Past President of the OACS, I am also moving on to new challenges. Thank you again for your support.” 

Dave Forster

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August 2016
Do you wish to own a Crime Stoppers Sweater or Hoodie..?? [ more








 


Here is your chance to own a Crime Stoppers Sweater.  All sizes sweaters and hoodies are available. Click on the banner above to be taken to the Barbarian site.
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1st June 2016
CRIME STOPPERS AND GREAT LAKES FISHERY COMMISSION TAKE STEPS TO STOP ILLEGAL LAKE STURGEON TRADE The Great Lakes Fishery Commission, the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers and Crime Stoppers USA will be unveiling their co-venture on Saturday, June 4th, 2016. [ more ]
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9 March 2015
Crime Stoppers International (CSI) has embarked on a global appeal via Indiegogo (www.indiegogo.com) in order to raise funds to embark on a project to help stop the trafficking of human beings [ more
Through this project CSI is seeking to enhance its capability to acquire intelligence anonymously from the global community which law enforcement can use to dismantle criminal networks, and arrest the perpetrators of this heinous crime.

 
Funds raised from this appeal will be used to:

· Build a new intelligent driven information management software application. This application will possess a user friendly interface with latest generation data capture & data mining functionalities.

· Maintain optimum human resource capacity levels at our international call centre to ensure the effective and efficient monitoring and dissemination of intelligence.

To learn more about this appeal and how you can contribute please visit the link Slavery: a modern day crime: help end it

 

Your contribution, no matter the amount will go a long way in helping to stop slavery. Please share this link with all of your friends and contacts.


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Nation’s Capital debut Captain Crime Stoppers Comic Book [ more ]
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Jan 2016
Captain Crime Stoppers is introduced to Public in Toronto [ more ]
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27 January 2015
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 Toronto, Ontario The Toronto Zoo and the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers unveiled their latest co-venture, today at the Zoo. [ more ]
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17th November 2014
Lyons, France: A INTERPOL operation targeting fugitives wanted for environmental crimes, is calling on the public world wide to help locate and bring these fugitives to justice. for more information and full story, click here [ see full article ]
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January 2015
Donation Canisters will be available on all 7 Eleven Canada front counters during January and February 2015. [ more ]
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What is Crime Stoppers?
  • A not-for-profit community-based charity that brings together the cooperative efforts of the police, the media and the community in the fight against crime.
  • Financed through personal and corporate donations.
  • Encourages the public to submit tips on crimes that have been committed, are being committed or are about to be committed.
  • Pays up to $2000 per successful arrest.
  • Will NOT ask for your name or ask that you appear in court.
   Learn more from your local Crime Stoppers Program

What is the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers (OACS)?

Incorporated in 1991, the mission of the OACS is to promote high, ethical standards through guidance and support to all Crime Stoppers programs. To date, the OACS represents 38 local programs across the province of Ontario.

Through an annual training conference, monthly meetings and regular outreach initiatives, the OACS works to provide guidance and support to local Crime Stoppers programs in an effort to create program sustainability, community awareness and mutually beneficial partnerships with local police services.

To learn more about Crime Stoppers or the OACS, please visit the About Us page.


Arrests:  123,350
Cases Cleared:  132,426
Rewards Paid:  $7,962,611
Arson Loss Value:  $7,210,979
Property Recovered:  $300,474,164
Drugs Seized:  $1,902,462,431
Total Dollars Recovered:  $2,202,936,595



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