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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 2,200 cases cleared; more than 1,500 arrests; more than $168,000 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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A new way of looking at Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington’s annual Mulch Sales has resulted in #maymulchmonth, a way to offer mulch while respecting physical distancing. For the month of …
Understandably the public is concerned regarding COVID-19 and the resulting Quarantine Act. After consultation with our investigative partners, Guelph Police Service and the Ontario Provincial Police, it has been decided …
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Mobile shredding on site by Wasteco / drive-thru operation.
This will be our 2nd event at this new location. Event is scheduled to run until 1pm or until truck capacity is reached.
We are happy we are able to offer this fundraiser to you this year and will have all the appropriate measures in place to protect all from Covid-19. The event will run unless some unforeseen circumstance arises that we would have to cancel in order to keep our community safe.
We now have payment options of debit, credit or cash for your convenience and comfort level.
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