We Ran...


On Sunday, April 22nd, 2018, Crime Stoppers was excited to be a part of the 11th Annual Southern Footprints Race Series. This event was a 5K walk /Run, 10K Run and 20K Run plus Kids 1K dash and Mascot Race taking place in beautiful Point Pelee National Park

Nature surround the runners on all sides as the scenery encouraged them to explore along the running path. This race was half road, half packed trail through the woods.

For more information about the event, visit http://www.southernfootprints.ca/

We are looking forward to next year! 

Have any Shredding or Expired / Unwanted Medication?


On Saturday, April 21st, Crime Stoppers is once again partnering with First Stop Services to take part in Devonshire Mall ACT Recycling Day. We are excited to once again be apart of this fantastic event that encourages a little bit of spring cleaning and helps the environment! 

Bring your confidential documents for shredding, $8 a banker box with proceeds going help support Crime Stoppers Programming. We will also be collecting any expired or unwanted medication for proper disposal. We will be on sight all day! 

Thanks to First Stop Service and Shoppers Drug Mart for taking part in this event with us and to Devonshire Mall for once again hosting this awesome opportunity. 

Full details for the event, including a list of all the items that can be dropped off, can be found here: http://www.devonshiremall.com/events/devonshire-act-recycling-day-celebrating-10-years

Get to the Point!


On Sunday, April 22nd we are partnering on a new event for us. Southern Footprints is a series of races held at Point Pelee National Park. This is the 11thyear for the race, and has quickly grown to become one of the most popular races in the southwest Ontario area.
Crime Stoppers is very excited to be involved this year, not only as benefactors, but as supporters as well!
We are going to be hosting a booth in the vendor area, running one of the water stations on the course and assisting around the events as needed. You will see red shirts everywhere!

Visit www.southernfootprints.ca for all the details and to register. There are going to be four races taking place: 5km walk, 5km run, 10km run and 20km. If you are up for a challenge, I would encourage you to participate! Personally, I will be doing the 20km!

Have an amazing day and we hope to see you at the Point!


Solving Crime is Not a Sprint

 Mascots from the 2017 Mascot Race make for the finish line. 

Mascots from the 2017 Mascot Race make for the finish line. 

We are excited to announce our new partnership with Southern Footprints Race Series. This event is a 5K Walk /Run, 10K Run and 20K Run plus Kids 1K dash and Mascot race are set for Sunday April 22nd beginning at 9:00am.

Southern Footprints race day begins at 7am with registration opening. Race time is set for 9 am and begins with our kids 1K dash, followed by the 5K walk and 5K run, and 10K run and 20K run. All participants receive a special medal designed for Southern Footprints, and overall winners receive additional awards. All Participants receive a meal after the race. And this year vendors will showcase their specialties.

Find out more information at www.southernfootprints.ca

You can register for this event at https://raceroster.com/events/2018/15142/2018-southern-footprints

A New Way to Submit Tips!

On Monday, February 19th, we officially launched our new tip taking software here at Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers. Working with the Canadian Crime Stoppers Assosiation, we have switched to P3 Globle Intel to handle our tip management going forward. 


P3 is an industry leader in tip management and will allow us to be able to provide a smoother experience, with more options for communication than ever before. We are very excited to rollout these benefits to the residents of Windsor & Essex County. 

As with any major rollout, there will be some growing pains. In the office, we are working hard to ensure that the experience remains as smooth as possible. The biggest difference that you will notice rightaway will be the online submission portal. Either linking from our website or visiting www.p3tips.com, you will be greeted with a much more robust tip taking tool. Please check it out. 

Going forward, we will introduce new ways to submit a tip, some of which are live right now, including the P3 App for both Apple and Android. Watch for more details and announcements soon! 

Again, we are working very hard to ensure this transition is smooth. Please let us know if you have any questions, comments and/or concerns.  

You can reach Tyler Lamphier, Program Manager at tyler@catchcrooks.com  

Lakeshore Partners with Crime Stoppers

January is Crime Stoppers Month and the Town of Lakeshore has partnered with Crime Stoppers to encourage members of the community to provide anonymous information to assist the police to solve crime.


The Town will be placing stickers on the bumpers of municipal vehicles with the telephone number to call Crime Stoppers.  Municipal vehicles are constantly on the road and travel throughout Lakeshore making them the perfect mobile advertisers.

Operating the only non-profit charity dedicated to assisting solve and reduce crime in Windsor/Essex, Crime Stoppers created the bumper sticker as a public awareness campaign. 

Crime Stoppers has been a valued partner of local law enforcement agencies, resulting in over 6,500 arrests, more than $11,000,000 in recovered stolen property and more than $42,000,000 in illegal drugs seized off the streets and authorized over a million dollars in reward payouts since its inception in 1985. In short, the program works but only if the Community, the Media and the Police work together. 

Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers, Inc. started operating on the founding principal of being a charitable, civilian organization that encourages members of the community to provide anonymous information to assist police and other authorities to solve crime. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, Crime Stoppers has been an integral force in the community by providing a safe, secure way for citizens to anonymously report information they may have otherwise kept to themselves. Should information provided help solve a crime tipsters may qualify for a reward.

Cash rewards are offered for information leading to indictment or arrests.  Tips can be provided by telephone 519-258-8477 or through an online web system at www.catchcrooks.com.

Mayor Tom Bain along with Constable Jim Root of the OPP and Crime Stoppers Board Member Julia Kelly-Dion were on hand for the ceremony. 

Media enquiries may be directed to:

Rita Chappell-Arsenault

Manager of Communications & Strategic Initiatives