William Robert Courtnage Community Service Bursary Winners

Bursary Award WinnersCrime Stoppers is pleased to announce that the 2022 / 2023 Crime Stoppers’ William Robert Courtnage Community Service Bursary winners are Eliza McNeice and Hannah Miller both of Hagersville Secondary School.

In recognition for their contributions to the Student Crime Stoppers’ program at HSS, both will receive $1000 to assist with post-secondary education. Pictured awarding the bursary is Bailey Long, Chairperson for Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk and Eliza McNeice and Hannah Miller.

Rewards For Tips Resulting in the Arrest of Fentanyl Traffickers

Fentanyl RewardTraffickers of Fentanyl and its derivatives continue to operate in our communities. Their total disregard for those afflicted with addictions have caused deaths and overdoses in our communities.

These substances pose a hazard to first responders and law enforcement who come into direct contact with this drug.

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk is doing our part in the fight against these individuals who have no regard for human life and create this tragedy by trafficking Fentanyl and its derivatives.

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January Is Crime Stoppers Month

January is Crime Stoppers month across Canada. This year’s theme is “Stand Up, Stand Together”, “Debout, Tous ensemble”.

Canadians must Stand Up, Stand Together for our nation’s values of inclusion, respect for cultural differences, equal rights and a commitment to social justice. We Stand Up, Stand Together for safe communities and the fight against criminal activity.

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk is proud of the results of tips received from our communities in 2022 as well as the cumulative statistics since our inception in 1988.

When you provide information to Crime Stoppers, you remain anonymous, will never be called upon to testify in court and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00

Crime Stoppers is a non-profit, volunteer run organization completely independent of government and law enforcement.  Crime Stoppers is run by an independent board of directors who all volunteer a great deal of time and effort to the organization.

In these challenging times Crime Stoppers will continue to provide awareness and education to assist in mobilizing Canadians to report suspicious or criminal activity anonymously making our communities safer.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those individuals and businesses who have supported our organization over the past 34 years.

Our volunteer Board of Directors continue to plan fundraising events such as our annual Protect your Identity shredding days and our annual golf tournament in August 2023.  Details will be posted here on the website, as well as our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer Board member can contact us at coordinators@helpsolvecrime.com or chair@helpsolvecrime.com

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk Awarded!

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk were honoured with  a few awards from the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers (OACS) annual awards for 2021.

The Community Service Award went to Norfolk Shredding for their work with our shredding day events, the President’s Award was received by Ken Schaus, and the Gary Murphy Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to Barbara Howden (posthumous).


Gord Miller Memorial

Gord Miller MemorialOn October 14 a memorial plaque and tree were dedicated to Gord Miller at the Jarvis lions park for his past work with the Haldimand Norfolk Crime Stoppers. Gord passed away February 23, 2021 but will be remanded.

In attendance from left to right, Dennis Craddock (Lions Club), Cyndy Schweyer (close friend), Doug Miller (son of Gord), Ken Schaus (Crime Stoppers), and Joe Feeney (Lions Club).