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Tipsters who provide information that leads to an arrest qualify for a cash reward of up to $2,000. | Tipsters who use the toll free number or webtip option are anonymous. You don’t have to speak to police or testify in court. Your identity is never known. Never. | Does the program work? We let the stats speak for themselves! More than 2,250 cases cleared; more than 1,550 arrests; more than $173,000 in rewards! | Why are we always fundraising? Because 100% of our rewards are paid through fundraising dollars. We do not use tax dollars to pay rewards. | Seniors, Human Trafficking and Youth/Student Presentations are available. Contact us to book yours. | Invite us to your meeting, classroom, or place of work to educate on how Crime Stoppers can help you! We give a background on the program, how it works and answer all your questions.

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CRIME OF THE WEEK – JUNE 14 – Mischief

(TOWN OF MINTO, ON) Sometime between Friday May 28th and Thursday June 3rd 2021, several acts of mischief occurred at A&B Dobson Sales located on King Street in Palmerston. Damaged …

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Parent Only! Free Cybersafety Advice

While it states “Parent’s Only” it’s actually an opportunity for guardians, teachers, mentors etc. to learn more about keeping children safe in an era of online engagement. The free online …

June 2021 – CS Corner – Pride Month

June is recognized as Pride Month, which is the celebration of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Two Spirit (LGBTQ2S+) Communities. During this month we want to increase awareness …

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Jun 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Do you have questions about keeping your child safe while online or how to report crime you know is taking place on the internet? Submit your questions to DC Hugh Currie and CSGW Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter, or ask your question during the June 17 Zoom session.

Want to know which social media platforms are problematic? Which ones have ties to child exploitation and human trafficking? What should you do if you see criminal activity online? You need to get your spot for this unique, adult only session. There are NO dumb questions. Tell your friends about this free online Zoom session.


We guarantee you will learn something from this session as Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter will serve as host and answer Crime Stoppers related questions, and pose submitted questions to DC Hugh Currie of the Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE) for Guelph Police Service.

Ask the questions you have always wondered about either live during the session or via email: [email protected]

*Tips cannot be sent via email but must be submitted by going to or calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) Information sent via email will be deleted immediately to protect your identity.

Sep 11 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Hold the date!
Saturday SEPTEMBER 11, 2021

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Start saving your papers – Further details to come.

Oct 2 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hold the date!
Saturday OCTOBER 2nd, 2021

Location: Wellington North Fire Services, 381 Main St. N., Mount Forest

mobile shredding services provided by Wasteco

Start saving your papers – Further details to come.


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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, your 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.