Crime Stoppers Partners with St. Clair College For Community Awareness

The Event Management Program at St. Clair College, together with Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers will be providing a fun learning opportunity tomorrow, July 18th at the Student Life Centre at St. Clair College between 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  The event will be a showcase of the Crime Stoppers program, how it really works and how you can make your community a safer and healthier place to live.  A Crime Stoppers Police Coordinator will be hosting an interactive presentation at 10:15 a.m. and 11:50 a.m.

This is a free event, sponsored and produced by the Event Management Program, and is open to the general public.  There will be carnival type games, activities, live entertainment and free food. 

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We are very excited to be partnering with St. Clair College for this outreach opportunity. Crime Stoppers works when the partnership between the community, the media and the program are strongest, events like this allow us to educate, and dispel any myths.
— Police Coordinator Amanda Allen

Crime Stoppers is currently running its Fentanyl Awareness Campaign, anyone who has information on persons trafficking Fentanyl in Windsor and Essex County and wish to remain anonymous are asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477 or submit a tip online at www.catchcrooks.com.

It's Camp Day! Crime Stoppers Volunteers are out Supporting at local Tim Hortons

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We are out at Tim Hortons today supporting Camp Day! Volunteers are helping with fun activities, serving food and drinks and working along side campers as they share their stories. 

Why Street Drugs Can Kill You - Drug Awareness Clinic May 1st

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In association with the Town of Lakeshore the Lakeshore Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Crime Stoppers and Lakeshore Community Policing Committee (LCPC) is holding a DRUG AWARENESS CLINIC at the Atlas Tube Centre 447 Renaud Line, Lakeshore, Ontario on May 1st between 6:00 p.m. – 8:30pm.

A number of speakers will be in attendance offering advice and guidance to those who may have been affected, educating those interested and speaking of illicit drugs prevalent in our communities.