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Jail-A-Thon is a local community fundraiser where local celebrities and community members have the opportunity to be "charged" and "locked up" in our makeshift jail to raise funds and awareness for Crime Stoppers of Halton.

100% of the bail money supports Crime Stoppers of Halton by allowing us to pay out tip rewards and educate the public on the Crime Stoppers program that helps keep Halton Region the safest community in Canada to raise a family or do business. Education & Awareness = More Tips = More Arrests = A Safer Community for all of us.

To date, Crime Stoppers of Halton has received over 18,000 tips, which have cleared over 2,100 cases and led to over 1,100 arrests. These tips helped recover more than $2.7-Million worth of stolen property, seized over $18-Million worth of drugs, and 92 weapons have been taken off our streets. Crime Stoppers of Halton is proud of the role it plays in this community. With the support of our residents, businesses, media partners and the police, we are committed to helping make and keep Halton Region one of the safest regional communities in Canada.

If you have a specific jailbird you would like to help make their bail, please select their page to donate. 

The Jail-A-Thon will take place on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at Georgetown Market Place.  Jailbirds will be locked up (for 15 minutes each) between 10AM - 5PM.  You can make a general donation to the fundraising here or below to an individual jailbird.

To donate to a specific jailbird, please click on their poster below for a direct link to their fundraising page:

Inspector John Van der Lelie (Halton Regional Police Service)
 
Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah