Community Supports Crime Stoppers

Photo of Kevin Masterman By Kevin Masterman,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 3:38 p.m., May 8, 2014

Crime Stoppers Toronto celebrated its 30th anniversary with 400 of their supporters at a dinner and auction at the Liberty Grand. The community-driven program awards money to tipsters who report a crime that has happened or is about to happen anonymously via their famous 416-222-TIPS phone number, by text message or by using their website or smartphone app. Crime Stoppers Toronto also took time to honour a student, school, Toronto police officers and board members who support the program.

A Crime Stoppers 30th anniversary logo projected on a wall
Crime Stoppers Toronto was celebrating their 30th anniversary
A Crime Stoppers 30th anniversary logo projected on a wall
A large darkened room crowded with people standing
A group of four people poses for a photo
A man in formal TPS uniform approaches a Mounted officer and horse with his arm extended at the entrance of a building
A woman pets a German Shephard's head as an officer holding the dog's leash looks on
A man speaks at a podium
A man speaks at a podium
A large group of men holding framed certificates on a stage
A man and woman on stage with hands in the air as two TPS tactical officers approach them with guns
A man speaks at a podium
Two man with a teenage boy holding a plaque
A man speaks at a podium at three other men look on
A man speaks at a podium