The Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District is pleased to be participating in Crime Stoppers Awareness Month this January.
Crime Stoppers is a community-based tips program that allows members of the public to anonymously report information to police, managed in Sault Ste. Marie by Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District.
Since its inception in 1985, Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District were responsible for 4,458 arrests, 2,140 charges laid, 2,701 cases cleared, $7,747,408 in drugs seized, and $3,844,832 in recovered property. Crime Stoppers has helped police solve cases of homicide, robbery, break and enter, drugs, mischiefs, and more.
Letters of Acknowledgement will be posted below as part of this release. Thank you to all our partners who submitted a letter of acknowledge.
Education and Awareness Initiative in Partnership with Housing November 30, 2020
Unlike criminals, Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District Inc., wish to be noticed in the community. Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and the District of Algoma partnered with Crime Stoppers programs including Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers earlier this year to launch a public awareness campaign with our housing partners.
During the campaign, Crime Stoppers has provided our partners with carabiners and other promotional material that they will distribute to new clients as they move into their housing. This initiative is reaching from Elliot Lake to Hornepayne and all the areas in between. Crime Stoppers will also work with our partners to provide presentations upon their request.
This initiative has a focus on creating new partnerships, educating the public, and ultimately preventing and solving crime in our community.
Crime Stoppers is currently working with Algoma District Services Administration Board, Garden River Housing Department, Sault Ste. Marie Housing Corporation, and Phoenix Rising Non Profit Homes and Women's Centre.
If you would like to partner with Crime Stoppers on our Education and Awareness Initiative please proceed to email email@example.com.
Trip of the Month Draws Resume October 28, 2020
The Board of Directors for Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District are resuming the remaining draws for the 2019-2020 Trip of the Month (Licence # M829563).
Crime Stoppers will give away the remaining 6 vacations and 12 cash prizes of $150 each on December 7, 2020, at 12:00 p.m. The draws will take place at the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service which is located at 580 Second Line East. The draw will be live-streamed to our Facebook Page @saultcrimestoppers.
Value: $4,100/Voucher: $3,690
Canada/New England Cruise
Value: $5,000/Voucher: $4,500
Western Caribbean Cruise
Value: $3,750/Voucher: $3,375
Riviera Nayarit, Mexico
Value: $3,100/Voucher: $2,790
Las Vegas Getaway
Value: $2,200/Voucher: $1,980
Value: $3,500/Voucher: $3,150
Crime Stoppers has a growing waitlist for tickets on future draws. The tickets are $150 each for a chance to win 12 trips and 24 chances to win your money back. Should you want to be added to the list submit your request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The trip draw winners will work with Expedia Cruises Air, Land & Sea Vacations to claim their prize or voucher within 1 year from the revised draw date.
“We are your neighborhood travel experts, and as our passion for travel continues to evolve, so does our outlook on how we serve our customers and local community. While our cruise expertise is second-nature, we like to provide every travel opportunity to our customers, whether that's by air, land or sea. We can provide a world of travel options, close to home or overseas. We are pleased to be supporting Crime Stoppers of Sault Ste Marie and Algoma District.” - Expedia Cruises Air, Land & Sea Vacations
Tobacco Campaign January 31, 2020
Contraband Tobacco is a Growing Problem
Bracebridge - The Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers is announcing the launch of an awareness website about the growing problem of contraband tobacco. In Ontario one (1) in three (3) cigarettes are illegal.
The presence of contraband tobacco in Ontario:
undermines government efforts to reduce smoking rates,
profits from contraband tobacco are known to have a direct link to criminal activity, such as trafficking of drugs, purchasing of illegal weapons and funding other illicit activities,
results in a loss of government tax revenue estimated at about $800 million a year.
Information about contraband tobacco can be reported anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
Crime Stoppers is a partnership of the public, police, and media, which provides the community with a proactive program to anonymously assist in solving crime and contributing to an improved quality of life.
Information about crime and criminal activity is best reported to the police. Sometimes people are afraid to go to the police because they fear reprisal, have concern for their own safety, may be close to the criminal act but not involved. However, people still want to do the right thing. Crime Stoppers can be your voice. Your tip is anonymous. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display. Your anonymity is protected by Supreme Court of Canada case law.
Report information about contraband tobacco anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online at www.saultcrimestoppers.com (click the submit a tip above).
Crime Stoppers releases the statistics from December 2019. We want to share our successes with you. Stay tuned for a new stats video monthly. Hover on our logo in the top left corner and then click the red subscribe button!
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Generic Ad for 2020 December 20, 2019
Crime Stoppers releases generic ad for 2020 created by our partners at CTV and sponsored by Dawson and Keenan Insurance. The ad takes the place of regular programming if a Crime of the Week is solved early or if there is no new content for the week. Hover on our logo in the top left corner and then click the red subscribe button!