Newfound Cabs has once again outfitted their fleet with NL Crime Stoppers bumper stickers. This gesture sends a reminder to citizens to help fight crime by anonymously reporting information.
Interested in a bumper sticker for your vehicle or fleet? Contact us at email@example.com
January is Crime Stoppers month and we’ve decided to do something fun to show our thanks to Newfoundland and Labrador for all of the tips you have provided.
With the help of Cohen’s Home Furnishings and SAMSUNG, we are giving our supporters a chance to WIN a Samsung 43″ Class TU7000 Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV.
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Contest closes midnight NST, January 28th 2022.
Winner will be randomly selected and notified via social media.
All entrants must be residents of Newfoundland and Labrador.
No cash value.
Entrants are responsible for collection of prize at their nearest Cohen’s location.
No purchase necessary.
One entry per valid Facebook or Instagram account.
This giveaway is in no way sponsored by, administered or associated with Facebook or Instagram.
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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers Launch #WhatchaDid Campaign
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, January 10, 2022 – Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers is celebrating Crime Stoppers month with the launch of its #WhatchaDid campaign.
NL Crime Stoppers want the people of Newfoundland and Labrador to know #WhatchaDid, how tips are making a positive impact the community. Tips have prevented deaths, shut down drug operations and taken impaired drivers off our streets. It’s time these successes were shared, NL Crime Stoppers will use #WhatchaDid to celebrate tipsters and show how tips keep communities safe.
Celebrating our tipsters doesn’t stop there, with the help of Cohen’s Home Furnishings, NL Crime Stoppers thanks its supporters with a chance to win a Samsung 43″ Class TU7000 Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV.
NL Crime Stoppers invites everyone to celebrate Crime Stoppers month, follow us online for a chance to win a big screen TV and learn #WhatchaDid!
Messages celebrating Crime Stoppers month are appearing across the province!
Thank you City of Mount Pearl , Pattison Outdoor, EC Boone Ltd. , VOCM, St. John’s Convention Centre and
Town of Happy Valley Goose Bay for your continued support of the NL Crime Stoppers program.
Keep your eyes peeled everyone! #HelpingAllCommunitiesStaySafe
Thank you for your continued support and dedication as we work together to keep every member of our community safe.
Rus Thibault, Chief Municipal Enforcement Officer and Loriann Leyte-Peddle, NL Crime Stoppers Exploits Valley Branch President
Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers joins its counterparts around the world to celebrate Crime Stoppers Month. This year’s theme, “Helping All Communities Stay Safe”, reflects the efforts of Crime Stoppers staff and volunteers to promote safety, empowerment and inclusion.
To recognize the important role of Crime Stoppers in our province, Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers will participate in flag raising events at Confederation Building and the town hall of Grand Falls Windsor throughout January. In addition to these events, Crime Stoppers Month will be celebrated virtually with messages highlighting the initiatives of our volunteers and partners shared on our social media platforms.
In these challenging times, Crime Stoppers will continue to provide residents of Newfoundland and Labrador with a trusted link to investigators for those who wish to report criminal and suspicious activity anonymously. We invite all of our supporters to celebrate Crime Stoppers month and its importance to the safety of our communities.
For more information about Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers visit nlcrimestoppers.com
“Say it Here”
Crime Stoppers – Anonymous since 1992 in Newfoundland and Labrador
The Athletics NorthEast brought some Christmas cheer to the staff and volunteers of Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers this week.
Representatives of the running club brought a donation of $1000 to support the ongoing work of the provincial anonymous tip program.
Thank you Athletics NorthEast for this important contribution to the safety of our communities. Merry Christmas.
Left to right: Rod Pike, Athletics Northeast; Joe Lake, NL Crime Stoppers Board Member; Kathy Ducey, NL Crime Stoppers Coordinator and Thelma Careen, Athletics Northeast.