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What is Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers?
  • A not-for-profit community-based charity that brings together the cooperative efforts of the police, the media and the community in the fight against crime
     
  • Financed through personal, corporate & service club donations
     
  • Encourages the public to submit tips on crimes that have been committed, are being committed or are about to be committed
     
  • Pays up to $2000 per successful arrest
     
  • Will NOT ask for your name, phone number, address and will NOT ask you to appear in court

Latest News  From Waterloo Regional Police Services
Sep
16
Waterloo Regional Police Service Reaches Out To Students for Second "Name the Canine" Contest
 
 The Waterloo Regional Police Service will soon have two new “furry” recruits joining their Canine Unit. To help find them suitable names, we are reaching out to the public for help. The two German Shepherds have recently begun their 16-week General Service Dog training in Peel Region and are expected to start their new careers in Waterloo Region late this year. But before officers can put the dogs into action, they need to find the perfect name for each of them. [ more ]
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Sep
16
Waterloo Regional Police Chief to receive Order of Merit Honour from Governor General of Canada
 

  Waterloo Regional Police Chief Bryan Larkin has been chosen to receive an Order of Merit of the Police Forces from His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada.   Chief Larkin is among 51 commanders, officers and service members who will receive the honour during a ceremony in Ottawa on September 16, 2016.   [ more ]
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Sep
14
Police conclude search of Wellesley Township property linked to homicide investigation
 
Police conclude search of Wellesley Township property linked to homicide investigation
For ImmediateRelease:  September 13, 2016  Waterloo Region, Ontario – The Waterloo Regional Police Service continues to investigate the murders of Linda Daniel and her daughter Cheyenne Daniel. Last seen in July 2011, Linda and Cheyenne were 47 and 13 respectively at the time of their disappearance and were last known to reside in Wellesley Township.  [ more ]

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Sep
14
Police remind residents of the importance of school safety
 
Police remind residents of the importance of school safety For Immediate Release:  September 6, 2016 Waterloo Region, Ontario– Waterloo Regional Police welcome students of all ages back to school and wish them a safe academic year.  On September 6, elementary and high school students and teachers will be returning to class. With every school year comes the excitement and ultimate necessity to remind drivers and pedestrians to be alert, slow down and cross roadways safely and at the proper locations. [ more ]
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Sep
14
Police investigate disappearance of mother and daughter, charge Alberta man with Murder
 
Police investigate disappearance of mother and daughter, charge Alberta man with Murder 
 
For ImmediateRelease:  August 22, 2016  Waterloo Region, Ontario–  The Waterloo Regional Police Service have been actively investigating the disappearance of Linda Daniel and her daughter Cheyenne Daniel, who were last known to reside in Wellesley Township. Linda and Cheyenne were 47 and 13 respectively, at the time of their disappearance in 2011.  [ more ]

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Sep
14
New officers to take Oath of Office and receive their police badges
 
New officers to take Oath of Office and receive their police badges For ImmediateRelease:  August 18, 2016  Waterloo Region, ON– Ten new recruits will join the ranks of the Waterloo Regional Police Service this week as Recruit Class #91 takes the Oath of Office in front of family, friends, police members and dignitaries. [ more ]
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Aug
02
Police make arrests in large scale vehicle and ATM theft investigation
 
In January of 2016, the Waterloo Regional Police Crime Management Team began an investigation into the theft of motor vehicles from automotive dealerships and their subsequent use in the thefts of ATM machines located within commercial businesses.  As the investigation broadened, police believe the same group of individuals is responsible for similar offences across Southern Ontario.
 
Police allege that the same group is responsible for approximately 80 separate Break and Enters to both commercial and residential locations.
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Aug
02
Police make arrests in large scale vehicle and ATM theft investigation
 
In January of 2016, the Waterloo Regional Police Crime Management Team began an investigation into the theft of motor vehicles from automotive dealerships and their subsequent use in the thefts of ATM machines located within commercial businesses.  As the investigation broadened, police believe the same group of individuals is responsible for similar offences across Southern Ontario.
 
Police allege that the same group is responsible for approximately 80 separate Break and Enters to both commercial and residential locations.
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News & Events  From Waterloo Crime Stoppers
Sep
13
WRPS Need Your Help! Sex Offense in Cambridge
 
Incident #: WA16199147
Location: LANGS DR, CAMBRIDGE, ON Canada
On Friday, September 9, 2016 at approximately 11:30 p.m., a 20 year old Cambridge woman was assaulted by an unknown male while walking on Langs Drive in Cambridge. The suspect approached her from behind and pulled her to the ground. The victim was able to get away from the suspect and witnesses in the area came to her assistance. The suspect fled the area on foot. The victim was transported to hospital and treated for minor physical injuries sustained to her face.
The suspect is described as a white male (possibly darker skin), partially bald/partially shaved head, round face, 55 – 5’10", muscular/stocky build, 32-36 years of age. He was wearing shorts and a blue sleeveless shirt. Waterloo Regional Police Service is continuing to investigate this incident and are requesting the assistance from the public.
Call 1-800-222-TIPS anonymously if you have any information that will help identify the offender or if you saw or heard anything that may otherwise help.

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Jan
1
Crime Stoppers thanks all who participated in 2016 Annual Charity Golf Tournament
 
The Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers Program wishes to thank all the participants in their 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Fund Raiser in memory of Moe Norman, a great Canadian Golfer.
Pat Delay, the Board Chairperson, stated "that all the monies raised will not only go towards the reward payments to tipsters, but to administer the Crime Stopper Program as well.
Every 14 minutes of every day, somewhere in the world, a successful arrest is made due to a tipster’s information as well as 87% of tips results in a successful conviction.  We are the only charity that takes, bad people off the of street", Chairman Delay stated.
Our statistics shows the level of excellance the program has reached.

Again, a great big thank you to all that helped make the day a success.

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