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January 16, 2019
Crime Stoppers Month in Halton

January marks Crime Stoppers Month

January has been proclaimed Crime Stoppers Month in the towns of Oakville, Burlington, and Milton.  As part of their Crime Stoppers Month initiatives, Crime Stoppers of Halton will be hosting an event to recognize volunteers, local media and other key partners.

“Crime Stoppers of Halton has served the region for 30 years now and we hope to continue to provide residents in the region the opportunity to help keep their communities safe and secure,” said Jan Westcott, chair of Crime Stoppers of Halton.

“However, we are not alone in this effort. We rely on the help of numerous volunteers, local media and the support of area businesses and organizations that have made donations to allow Crime Stoppers to operate in the region for three decades,” Westcott said.

“We are extremely thankful for the support we have received and continue to receive.”

In 2018, anonymous tips to Halton Crime Stoppers contributed to solving numerous crimes within our community, including drug offences, weapons offences, fraud, break and enter, impaired driving, vandalism, breach of probation, outstanding warrants and theft. 

Like other Crime Stoppers programs across Canada (and many worldwide), Crime Stoppers of Halton has observed Crime Stoppers Month since it was first proclaimed in 1986 in Edmonton, Alberta. Crime Stoppers Month gives the opportunity to recognize those who have played a key role in assisting the program.

A recognition and theme launch event will take place at 7 p.m. on January 23 in the Community Room at Halton Regional Police Headquarters.

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Mayor Bonnette presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (Chair, HCS)
Mayor Bonnette presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (Chair, HCS)


Mayor Krantz presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (HCS Chair)
Mayor Krantz presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (HCS Chair)
Oakville Councillor Tom Adams presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (HCS Chair)
Oakville Councillor Tom Adams presents a proclamation to Jan Westcott (HCS Chair)