Project Lockdown offers faraday technology in the form of a key pouch that will prevent the key fob from communicating with the vehicle. This means criminals will not be able to tap into that communication and steal the car or truck.
This Canadian-developed technology comes to Guelph Wellington thanks to CSGW, KYCS (Keep Your Community Safe) and GardaWorld.
Click HERE for more information or CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
Crimes Of The Week
(CITY OF GUELPH) At approximately 3:40pm on Wednesday November 29th 2023, a suspicious incident occurred in the area of College […]
(TOWNSHIP OF CENTRE WELLINGTON) At approximately 5:44pm on Tuesday November 14th 2023, a theft occurred from the LCBO, located on Parkside […]
(CITY OF GUELPH) Sometime overnight on Friday November 3rd 2023, two separate vehicle thefts occurred in the City of Guelph. […]
There are many ways you can become involved with Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington. You can join our Board of Directors, volunteer at a fundraising event or simply become a friend of CSGW.
Click here to find out more about our volunteer opportunities and how you can support Crime Stoppers.
For Release – November 2, 2023 Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW) received international recognition for projects developed locally in Wellington […]
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Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW) received record support at the two annual Shredding Events. The September 16 event, sponsored by […]
Incorporated in 1988, Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington is a non-profit charitable program which combines the best efforts of the media, the community and the police in the fight against crime. Our goal is to promote awareness within the community and continue to educate our students and the public in making our community safer.
Although our area of operation is Wellington County, you can anonymously submit tips about any crime that occurred anywhere by clicking here.
Crime Stoppers IS NOT THE POLICE. To find out more about how Crime Stoppers works, including a list of frequently asked questions, click here.