Fight Against Fentanyl

Traffickers 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.

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk is offering a $1000.00 reward for information that directly leads to the arrest of Fentanyl traffickers operating within the communities we serve.

We are also offering rewards from $500 up to $1000 for information that results in significant seizures of illicit Fentanyl or its derivatives by law enforcement within our service areas of Haldimand and Norfolk.

This reward offering will take place from April 1 to May 31, 2022.

Fentanyl is a terrible drug; we are not immune from it; it is not a ‘big city problem’; it is prevalent everywhere.  It has made and continues to make a significant adverse impact on our local communities.

If you know something…#SayItHere

As a result of this initiative, we hope to help curtail this problem by offering this reward to individuals who have information but wish to report these activities anonymously through our tip line 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip.

Award Winning!

Crime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk has once again been recognized by the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers for excellence in 2020.

We received Best Special Feature award for our ‘Turn in a Fentanyl Trafficker’ initiative and Best Fundraising Concept for our ‘Protect Your Identity’ document shredding events.

Crime Stoppers Awards Student Bursary

Travis PhibbsCrime Stoppers is pleased to announce that the 2019 / 2020 Crime Stoppers’ William Robert Courtnage Community Service Bursary winner is Travis Phibbs of Hagersville Secondary School.  In recognition for his contribution to the Student Crime Stoppers’ program at HSS, Phibbs will receive $1000 to assist him with post-secondary education. Pictured awarding Phibbs the bursary is Neil Unwin, Chairperson for Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk, Travis Phibbs and Anthony Whitman.

CSI Coordinator of the Year

Coordinator of the YearCrime Stoppers of Haldimand & Norfolk’s coordinator, Aimee Bernardo, received the prestigious Paul D. Bordreaux Coordinator of the Year award at this year’s Crime Stoppers International Conference held in Singapore.