January is Crime Stoppers Month

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers joins its counterparts around the world to celebrate Crime Stoppers Month. This year’s theme, Helping All Communities Stay Safe”, reflects the efforts of Crime Stoppers staff and volunteers to promote safety, empowerment and inclusion.

To recognize the important role of Crime Stoppers in our province, Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers will participate in flag raising events at Confederation Building and the town hall of Grand Falls Windsor throughout January. In addition to these events, Crime Stoppers Month will be celebrated virtually with messages highlighting the initiatives of our volunteers and partners shared on our social media platforms.

In these challenging times, Crime Stoppers will continue to provide residents of Newfoundland and Labrador with a trusted link to investigators for those who wish to report criminal and suspicious activity anonymously.  We invite all of our supporters to celebrate Crime Stoppers month and its importance to the safety of our communities.

For more information about Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers visit nlcrimestoppers.com

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NL Crime Stoppers Gets an Early Christmas Gift!

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The Athletics NorthEast brought some Christmas cheer to the staff and volunteers of Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers this week.

Representatives of the running club brought a donation of $1000 to support the ongoing work of the provincial anonymous tip program.

Thank you Athletics NorthEast for this important contribution to the safety of our communities. Merry Christmas.

Left to right: Rod Pike, Athletics Northeast; Joe Lake, NL Crime Stoppers Board Member; Kathy Ducey, NL Crime Stoppers Coordinator and Thelma Careen, Athletics Northeast.

Thank You Verafin!!

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Verafin is the industry leader in Enterprise Financial Crime Management Solutions. Through their charity Veracares, Verafin employees fundraise and volunteer for local organizations.

Ahoora Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Verafin Web Developer and Chelsey Simms, Verafin Graphic Designer kindly donated their time and talents for our new website.

Given our mutual goal to fight crime, their partnership is very much appreciated!

Left to Right: Ahoora Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Verafin Web Developer; Cindy Wadden, Board member; David Taylor, Board Chair.

(Missing: Chelsey Simms, Verafin Graphic Designer)

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers Launches New Website

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers is thrilled to announce the launch of our redesigned website nlcrimestoppers.com.  

With its fresh look, the new website provides visitors with up-to-date information on unsolved crimes, our commitment to protect tipster anonymity and easy access to securely submit a tip. 

“On behalf of the Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers Board of Directors and Coordinators, we thank our amazing partner Verafin,” said David Taylor Chair of Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers. “It is because of their hard work, dedication and continued support that we are proud to launch this new website.”

Verafin is the industry leader in Enterprise Financial Crime Management Solutions. They kindly donated the time and talents of graphic designers and web developers. 

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WANTED-BOARD MEMBERS

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NLCrime Stoppers is looking for volunteers to join our Board.

The NL Crime Stoppers Board of Directors is a working Board that plays a key role in the program – volunteering in this capacity is rewarding and a great way to make a substantial contribution towards the safety of our communities. Director positions are for three-year terms and meetings are held once a month.

If you know someone (or are that someone) who is interested in volunteering with us, submit nominations by August 31, 2020 to Ashley Savinov at Governance.nlcs@gmail.com.Nominations must be supported by two members of Crime Stoppers and current membership in Crime Stoppers is not required. Successful nominees will be subject to membership screening before taking an active role on the Board. Elections will take place at the AGM September 14, 2020

Covid-19 Message

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers realizes the importance to assist public efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 and we will work from home during this time to help flatten the curve.

Rest assured all tips continue to be processed and forwarded to the appropriate investigating agencies. Our call centre operators at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) have made adjustments to ensure social distancing and remain fully operational to take your calls. You can still submit tips online at www.nlcrimestoppers.com or use our free P3tips App.

As always, all tips are anonymous and your identity is protected.

We encourage you to do your part, please follow the advice of health experts and government agencies. #flattenthecurve

Happy New Year and Happy Crime Stoppers Month!

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The theme this year is “Creating Partnerships Against Crime”

The foundation of Crime Stoppers is the partnership between the community, law enforcement and media. Crime Stoppers works to educate the public and create awareness on illegal activities in an effort to help promote the Canadian values of safety, empowerment and inclusion.   Creating awareness and mobilizing Canadians in reporting suspicious or criminal activity anonymously requires a network of partners working together for a common end.

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers thanks its many partners for their continued support and look forward to growing the program in the year ahead.