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Welcome to Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers online. We are a community based program that brings local citizens, the media and the police together in partnership to solve crime. This is accomplished by offering cash rewards and guaranteeing anonymity to persons who furnish information leading to the arrest of or laying of charges against criminal offenders.
Congratulations to Deanna Cools, winner of $1460 in the Chatham Kent Crime Stoppers 50/50 draw with lucky ticket D-1350. Thank you to everyone that supported the Chatham Kent Crime Stoppers!
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Chatham Kent Crime Stoppers is pleased to announce their newest crime fighting tool – email tips & text tips.
A recent development in the ability to securely encrypt email tips & text messages so that it guarantees that the tipster remains anonymous has prompted the Board of Directors for the Chatham Kent Crime Stoppers Program to add this valuable asset to our successful program.
The process is simple and easy to use. We invite you to become a member of Crime Stoppers by submitting your tip. Use our Anonymous Email Tip submission here on the website or TEXT your Tips to 274637 Keyword CKCS
We are thankful to our tipsters for their valued contributions to Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers.
Each week, Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers posts a new Crime Of The Week. Our hope is that with community involvement, together we can solve crimes and keep our community safe. The more eyes and ears we have, the better our fight against the criminals.
Be sure to check back each week for our latest posting and please share with your friends and family!
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Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers would like to thank the many sponsors for their continued support. We are very thankful for their contributions which help us continue to solve crimes and keep our community safe.
Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers gratefully acknowledges the financial support of The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation. With $100 million in annual funding from the province’s charitable gaming initiative, the Foundation provides grants to eligible charitable and not-for-profit organizations in the arts, culture, sports, recreation, environment and social service sectors.