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The Newfoundland Crime Stoppers Association has volunteer opportunities for enthusiastic individuals interested in making a difference in their community. Volunteers are utilized throughout the year in the areas of public awareness and fundraising.
Crime Stoppers volunteers never see tip information, they are not investigators and do not provide information to the police or other agencies.
Our volunteers help spread awareness to people to call Crime Stoppers. They explain that you will be anonymous. Our phones are not tracing your number, your email is encrypted as are your text messages. Remember we want your information not your name.
A Crime Stoppers volunteer is there to remind the public to report all crime, they are not sources to police or DFO or any other agencies.
Call our office, we have more tips for every town that has its own branch and we are making a difference.

We have volunteer opportunities with varying time commitments throughout the year.

Special Events
As a member of our team of volunteers you will be helping raise funds in support of Crime Stoppers through a variety of events.

Awareness and Education
One of the primary functions of our team of volunteers is to raise the level of awareness of Crime Stoppers throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. We attend community events in an effort to provide information about Crime Stoppers and how it works.

 You must be 18 years or older to apply.  All our volunteers will be subject to an indepth criminal record check.

What you can expect?
As part of our Crime Stoppers volunteer team you can take pride in helping the Crime Stoppers program make a difference in your community. Crime Stoppers is a publicly funded and managed organization that relies on volunteers like you to make things happen. 



MMSB and Crime Stoppers Seek the Public’s Support in Combating Illegal Dumping

The Multi-Materials Stewardship Board(MMSB) and Crime Stoppers are encouraging Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to take an active role in protecting their communities and report suspicious activity related to illegal dumping. 

Anyone can anonymously report suspicious activity simply by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or emailing or texting Crime Stoppers.  The public is asked to take note of what they see and pay particular attention to the license plate number,colour and make of vehicle, location and time of day. 

Illegal Dumping

Welcome to Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers is a community-based program and registered Charity that brings the public, the media and law enforcement agencies together in cooperative effort to help solve crime. This is accomplished by offering Cash Awards and Guaranteeing Anonymity to persons who furnish information leading to the arrest of or laying of charges against criminal offenders.

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers is funded entirely by tax deductible donations from the private and corporate sectors. Crime Stoppers encourages any individual who has knowledge of any crime to either submit their tips online, call toll free 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477) or text TIP190 plus your message to "CRIMES" that's 274637 and relay their clues or information. They will not be asked to give their name. Their anonymity is guaranteed and they will not have to testify in court.

If their information provides clues that are vital to the successful solution of a crime, the tipster could earn up to $2,000 as an award. Crime Stoppers has proven to be an effective weapon against crime. At present there are over 700 programs in Canada, the United States and in Europe. In Canada statistics show that for every dollar paid out, over $50 in property and drugs is recovered.

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers began in November 1992, and has been quite successful in assisting investigating agencies solve crime.

Rescued from a illegal Puppy mill in Newfoundland many years ago, a young sheep dog pup grew up strong, loyal and courageous. Wanting to help others and dedicated to stopping illegal activity all over Newfoundland and Labrador the young dog adopted a new identity and spends his days traveling throughout Newfoundland and Labrador stopping criminal activity wherever it exists.

let us introduce "TIPPER" the crime fighting super dog.


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