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Community Tips Solving Crime

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
In 2023, Toronto Crime Stoppers received 7,096 anonymous tips and processed in excess of 15,000 follow-ups that resulted in the seizure and recovery of $5 million in illegal narcotics, cash and property, 106 arrests and approximately 720 charges laid and the clearance of 148 cases. Tips also helped Toronto Police...

Speaking Up to Stop Shootings

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Toronto Crime Stoppers has launched a public awareness campaign aimed at getting illegal firearms out of the community. Crime Stoppers Chair Sean Sportun said the theme of the campaign – If Someone Just Spoke Up – is often a question asked in the aftermath of violence, when it should be...

Help Hem In Retail Theft

Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit
Consumers are being asked to think twice before buying questionable products online and report thefts anonymously in order to curb organized retail theft that has escalated in frequency and violence. Toronto Crime Stoppers launched the second phase of their Organized Retail Crime campaign at Toronto Police headquarters on January 11....

Record setting year for Toronto Crime Stoppers

Last year was record setting for the Toronto Crime Stoppers Program. The 6,025 tips and additional 10,536 follow-up tips resulted in a 90 per cent increase in arrests, 13 per cent increase in charges laid, 113 per cent increase in property seized and a staggering 394 per cent...

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