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For a donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton, area residents can safely dispose of financial documents and personal papers to help combat identity theft.  Everyone is invited to bring any confidential records, including bank statements and old tax returns, to the Northeast parking lot at Ghent Ave. & Brant St. in Burlington, on Saturday, June 3rd between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to “Feed the Beast” – FileBank’s state-of-the-art mobile shredding machine for a monetary donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton....


As Canada celebrated National Volunteer Week last week, the Board of Directors and Volunteers of Crime Stoppers of Halton came together on Monday, April 24, 2017 at the Halton Region Building for their annual Appreciation Dinner in celebration of the time, commitment and work that our volunteers give to our organization to educate and to raise awareness and funds throughout the Halton region....


For a donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton, area residents can safely dispose of financial documents and personal papers to help combat identity theft.  Everyone is invited to bring any confidential records, including bank statements and old tax returns, to the main parking lot of the Halton Region Centre, 1151 Bronte Road in Oakville on Sunday, April 30 between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to “Feed the Beast” – FileBank’s state-of-the-art mobile shredding machine for a monetary donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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On Friday March 31st, 2017, Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn and Chair of OTF’s Halton-Peel Grant Review Team Mark Emmanuel presented a plaque to Crime Stoppers of Halton Chair Doug Maybee in recognition of a $14,800 Capital grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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A special thank you to all that joined the Crime Stoppers of Halton crew last night for Eagles tribute band Hotel California benefit concert March 30th, 2017 for Crime Stoppers of Halton.

 

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Eagles tribute band Hotel California playing benefit concert March 30 for Crime Stoppers of Halton.  The hit music of The Eagles, the soundtrack for many of our lives, will fill the house of the St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre in Oakville when Hotel California, the internationally-renowned Eagles tribute band, plays a benefit concert for Crime Stoppers of Halton Thursday evening, March 30....


Royal Canadian Legion Bronte Branch 486 donates $1,000 cheque to Crime Stoppers of Halton. Presenting the cheque is Branch 486 President Fred Norman and 2nd Vice Mary Nieuwpoort to Crime Stoppers of Halton Chair Doug Maybee (LCDR, RCN Ret’d) and board member Wally Trapler.  

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Crime Stoppers of Halton thanks CN for becoming a proud supporter of Crime Stoppers of Halton Billboard Sponsorship Program.  At the CN Milton office, Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, thanks CN for its continued support of Crime Stoppers of Halton alongside Wally Trapler, Crime Stoppers of Halton board member and retired CN Police Officer and Drew Redden, CN Ontario Lead of Community Affairs.
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January was officially recognized as Crime Stoppers Month during a special celebration on January 17. The event was held at the Halton Police 20 Division, 95 Oak Walk Drive in Oakville.  https://oakville.snapd.com/event/1014726#/...


Every 14 minutes, an arrest is made somewhere in the world thanks to a tip made to Crime Stoppers.  That is according to Crime Stoppers of Halton board chair Doug Maybee, who highlighted the importance of its work and history Tuesday, Jan. 17 during the launch event for its 2017 theme — See Something, Hear Something, Say Something — and to promote January as Crime Stoppers of Halton Month...


Joined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, Mayor Rick Bonnette of the Town of Halton Hills, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Bonnette urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton....


Joined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, and HRPS Police Coordinator for Crime Stoppers of Halton Paul Proteau, Mayor Rob Burton of the Town of Oakville, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Burton urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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Joined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, and HRPS Police Coordinator for Crime Stoppers of Halton Paul Proteau, Mayor Gordon Krantz of Milton, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Krantz urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton....


News Release:  Halton Crime Stoppers is celebrating January as Crime Stoppers Month along with other programs in Canada and around the world.  January will be officially recognized as Crime Stoppers Month during a special celebration on January 17th. The event, which runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., will be held at the Halton Police 20 Division, 95 Oak Walk Drive in Oakville.  In addition to remarks from politicians and key police personnel, the chair of Halton Crime Stoppers, Doug Maybee will outline the program’s main achievements from 2016 and detail plans for the next 12 months

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Halton Crime Stoppers has been honored by Crime Stoppers International with three media awards for coverage provided by community newspapers.

The awards in a competition between Crime Stoppers organizations worldwide in communities of between 300,000 to one million – were announced at the Crime Stoppers International annual conference held late September....


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Thursday, March 30th, 2017
7:30pm (doors open at 7pm)
SVCC Banquet Hall
(St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre)
1280 Dundas St W, Oakville

Ticket & Info Line 1-888-777-9793
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Join us for our next Shred event On October 16th 9:00am-3:00pm at Real Canadian Superstore 171 Guelph Street, Georgetown.
Filebank has once again donated their trucks and employees for this important fundraising event. Come see "the beast" eat up your confidential materials in order to keep it out of the hands of fraudsters.
This event raises much needed operating funds for Crime Stoppers so they can continue their work in keeping Halton Region the safest in the Country!
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Join us for our next Shred event On October 15th 9:00am-3:00pm at Halton Region Centre 1151 Bronte Road (Lot A).
Filebank has once again donated their trucks and employees for this important fundraising event. Come see "the beast" eat up your confidential materials in order to keep it out of the hands of fraudsters.
This event raises much needed operating funds for Crime Stoppers so they can continue their work in keeping Halton Region the safest in the Country!
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From everyone at Crime Stoppers of Halton, thank you to all of our participants, sponsors and volunteers for your generous support of our 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.  It turned out to be a wonderful success!...


Crime Stoppers of Halton will hold its Ninth Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Royal Ontario Golf Club in Hornby, Ont., on Tuesday, Sept. 20....


Halton Crime Stoppers is hoping a reenactment of a 2007 homicide, filmed in Oakville Wednesday, will finally bring justice for the victim’s family....


On May 7 and 8, Crime Stoppers of Halton and FileBank hosted the Spring Shred fundraiser for community members to safely dispose of personal papers and sensitive documents at Halton Regional Centre in Oakville....


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau honors the Canadian and International Crime Stoppers Initiative by declaring January as Crime Stoppers Month....