Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers Illegal Firearm Campaign Kicks Off

In an effort to assist our police partners reduce the illegal use, possession and trafficking of firearms in our communities, Windsor and Essex County Crime Stoppers is again implementing a firearm reduction strategy.

The Windsor and Essex County Crime Stoppers board of directors are concerned about the accessibility of illegal firearms in our community and how dangerous they are. As a result, the Board of Directors has authorized a $1000 Guaranteed Reward Campaign until September 8th, 2019.

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The initiative will pay $1000 rewards for tips that lead to the seizure of an illegal firearm, arrest of an individual(s) responsible and a weapons charge laid. The initiative will take place from now until September 8th, 2019.

Anyone who has information on illegal firearms in Windsor and Essex County and wish to remain anonymous are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477, or submit a tip online

Crime Stoppers 12th Annual Golf Tournament is now 50% SOLD OUT!

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Our 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament is coming this August 22nd. Registration is now open, get your foursome in soon to avoid disappointment! We are almost 50% reserved!

Thursday, August 22nd, 2019
Roseland Golf and Curling Club
Dinner @ The Keg
In support of Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers


All-In Style Pricing at $175 per golfer or $700 a foursome, everything included with registration! That means each entry will receive:
·         18 Holes of Golf
·         Cart Rental (2 per foursome)
·         Entrance Gift
·         Tim Horton's Breakfast
·         Lunch at the Turn by Other Place Catering
·         Entrance to 4 free contests on the course + 2 bonus contest!!!
·         20 Raffle Tickets
·         Beverages & Snacks on the Course (Specific Holes will have stands)
·         Dinner at The Keg
On top of all that, each registrant will be entitled to a $75 tax receipt, a total of $300 in tax receipts a foursome. Tax receipts will be distributed at the Tournament.

Register your foursome today, by contacting Tyler at 519-255-6700 ext. 4497 or email tyler@catchcrooks.com. Or click the link below.

Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers Speaking Engagement Opportunity

ATTENTION High School, College, and University Educators

For the 2018 / 2019 School Year

Do your Staff and Students know how to use Crime Stoppers to benefit your school?

Windsor and Essex County Crime Stoppers Police Coordinators Constable Amanda Allen and Constable Kristina Gilboe would like to be guest speakers in YOUR classroom or assembly. Our program provides an anonymous reporting option about unsolved crime or crime about to be committed. We process information for the Amherstburg, LaSalle, Tecumseh, Lakeshore, Essex, Kingsville, Leamington and Windsor area.

What we teach: We talk about our program and how Crime Stoppers works in our community and specifically your school. We also offer volunteering opportunities to get involved with our organization. Time permitting, we will also share some of our policing experiences.

Benefits: Many students have heard about Crime Stoppers but don’t know how it works. At the end of the session students are left with the knowledge, power and ability to help their community. As a bonus, we bring small tokens of appreciation as a reminder of our presentation.

Presenters: Constable Amanda Allen is an OPP officer with 29 years’ of experience and Constable Kristina Gilboe has been a Windsor Police officer for 16 years.

Social Media: You and your students are encouraged to research us on Facebook, Twitter (@cstoppers) or Instagram (Catchcrooks) to stay informed with what crime and events are taking place in around your school or neighbourhood.

How to book: Simply visit www.catchcrooks.com/school-group-presentations and we will book a time that is works for you.

Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers Launches its 2018 Fentanyl Campaign

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Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers has recently distributed drug awareness posters, titled “Find the Fentanyl” throughout our community. These posters have been created specifically to highlight the dangers of Fentanyl and other opioids. 

In an effort to assist our police partners reduce the illegal use and trafficking of Fentanyl in our communities, Windsor and Essex County Crime Stoppers is again implementing a drug reduction strategy. 

The Windsor and Essex County Crime Stoppers board of directors are concerned about the accessibility of this drug in our community and how dangerous it is. The Board of Directors has authorized a $1000 Guaranteed Reward Campaign for July and August 2018. 

“Last year our campaign targeting Fentanyl proved to be successful and demonstrates the effectiveness of this anonymous reporting service,” advised Constable Kristina Gilboe, Windsor Police Service Coordinator for Crime Stoppers. 

The initiative will pay $1000 rewards for tips that lead to the arrest of an individual(s) responsible for trafficking Fentanyl in our community. The initiative will take place from now until August 31st, 2018. 

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.

CPC Partners with Crime Stoppers During the Month of July

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Contents Processing Centre (CPC) of Windsor, Ontario, provides professional contents restoration, contents recovery, and ultrasonic cleaning of personal and business items that have fire damage, flood damage, smoke damage or unpleasant odours. They have factory-trained and certified Precision Cleaning Specialists who know how to maximize the rate of recovery for items that have suffered damage from fire, smoke, water and odours. They are also a depot that recycles electronics, working or not, to ensure they do not end up in the landfill. 

During the month of July, you can drop off unwanted electronics to CPC for them to be recycled, proceeds from the drop offs will be donated to Crime Stoppers. 

Drop offs at CPC can be made Monday to Friday between 8am and 4pm. 

It’s Official! Windsor selected to host the 2019 Ontario Assosiation of Crime Stoppers Annual Training Conference

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The announcement of the selection came during the AGM of the Ontario Assosiation of Crime Stoppers, held on June 1st in Hamilton.

Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers welcomes the 38 Crime Stoppers programs from around Ontario to explore, visit and enjoy the amazing sights and sounds our region has to offer next May 30th to June 2nd. 

More details will be announced soon.