REGINA CRIME STOPPERS
April 15, 2014
Cornwall Centre Regina Crime Stoppers Golf Classic
Please support this worthwhile cause by sponsoring or golfing in this prestigious golf tournament. Register online or fill out this form and send with your payment. Sponsorship is limited.
The cost to enter is $245.00 or foursome $980.00 which includes green fees, power cart, lunch, dinner, driving range, tee gift, etc.
You can now enter our golf tournament or sign up to sponsor the event online.
April 7, 2014
Regina Crime Stoppers Signs
Regina Crime Stoppers signs are appearing all over the city, watch for one near you. Board member, Sean Kovacs, Laurie Norman, Mark Leier, and Greg Gottselig, on behalf of all the Regina Crime Stoppers Board members, want to thank the City of Regina for their support in this initiative.
March 31, 2014
Listen Up Radio Appearance to Celebrate 30 Years
Constable Kimberly Glazer and Regina Crime Stoppers President, Laurie Norman joined Dave Morgan, volunteer producer and host of Listen Up at 91.3 FM CJTR Regina community radio, to talk about Regina Crime Stoppers 30th Anniversary. You can listen to the full 30 minute pod cast that aired on March 11, 2014.
Left to Right: Dave Morgan, Constable Kimberly Glazer and Laurie Norman
January 23, 2014
January is Crime Stoppers Month
Regina Crime Stoppers, along with more than 1,000 other community Crime Stoppers programs in 28 other countries, recognizes January as International Crime Stoppers month. All of these programs are built on the foundation of anonymous reporting of information about potential crimes, providing a service to their communities by combining the efforts of their citizens, the media and their local police service to prevent and solve crime. Every 14 minutes a crime is solved somewhere in the world as a result of a Crime Stoppers tip. Globally, Crime Stoppers sharing of information has resulted in more than 1 million arrests, and has led to the seizure of more than $10 billion in illicit drugs and stolen property.
Mayor Fougere has proclaimed January as Crime Stoppers Month in the City of Regina.
January 23, 2014
RCMP Acknowledges Crime Stoppers Month
Commissioner Bob Paulson of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) acknowledges January as Crime Stoppers month and recognizes those who contribute to the success of Crime Stoppers across Canada and throughout the world.
Who are Regina Crime Stoppers?
Crime Stoppers is part of an international organization of volunteers. We are independent of the Regina Police Service and the City of Regina.
The purpose of Crime Stoppers is to provide a trustworthy and cost effective method for citizens to easily and anonymously assist the police and other authorities in solving and reducing crime.
Join us in partnering with law enforcement, the media and the community. Together we can all help to maintain, and improve the quality of life in Regina.