Helping All Communities Stay Safe

Contact Crime Stoppers or your local police if you recognize signs of a methamphetamine or synthetic drug production lab in your neighborhood.
In addition, we want the public to fully grasp the negative impacts that drugs like these have on family and friends alike as well as on the environment. We need our citizens to be both educated and concerned in order to make a change.

January Is Crime Stoppers Month

January is Crime Stoppers month across Canada.  This year’s theme is ‘Helping All Communities Stay Safe’

This theme acknowledges Crime Stoppers’ ongoing efforts to help make all our communities stay safe by providing a way in which the public can report crime anonymously.  Helping all communities stay safe demonstrates the partnership between Crime Stoppers, the community at large, the media and our law enforcement partners.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those individuals and businesses who have supported our organization over the past 32 years, especially during these challenging times through the pandemic.

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk, like all non-profits had a difficult 2020 due to the cancellation of fundraising activities resulting from the pandemic.  While we anticipate that 2021 will also be a challenge, our volunteer Board of Directors continue to plan fundraising events including the online sale of rain barrels, our annual Protect your Identity shredding days and, hopefully, our annual golf tournament in August, 2021.  Details will be posted to our website: as well as our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer Board member can contact us at or


Generous Donation

Crime Stoppers would like to thank the Simcoe Lions Club for their generous donation to Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk.
(pictured L-R) Neil Unwin – Crime Stoppers Board Chair and Dave Stelpstra – Simcoe Lions Club