Fundraising for Fight Against Crime

Photo of Kevin Masterman By Kevin Masterman,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 4:01 p.m., May 17, 2017

Hundreds of guests joined Chief Mark Saunders in support the Toronto Crime Stoppers program at the Liberty Grand on May 10. The community-led program accepts anonymous tips from the public by phone at 416-222-TIPS or online at 222tips.com to solve and prevent crimes. The fundraiser helps Crime Stoppers pay tipsters and support their programs that reach out to youth to prevent crime. Crime Stoppers honoured one of their own, Constable Martin Douglas, for his work in schools.

A woman in TPS uniform on horseback beside cars in front of a building
Mounted Unit officers greeted guests along with a display of Crime Stoppers and vintage Toronto Police vehicles
A woman in TPS uniform on horseback beside cars in front of a building
Two men in ceremonial unit greeting people in a doorway
A man at a podium in front of a screen of himself
A Crime Stoppers logo on the ground of banquet facility with people inside
Three men in front of a Crime Stoppers backdrop
A man holding a glass award