Toronto Crime Stoppers prevents and reduces crime by partnering with the community, law enforcement and the media to offer anonymity to anyone providing information leading to an arrest or of significant use.
Toronto Crime Stoppers is a not-for-profit partnership between the community, the Toronto Police Service and the media. It provides members of the public the opportunity to anonymously provide information which assists police in solving crimes.
Toronto Crime Stoppers does not receive any government funding. The funds required to operate our program, develop community awareness campaigns and complete community safety programs are raised through private donations.
T'Quan Robertson WANTED 50,000 REWARD
Wanted for: Attempted Murder
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 165 lb
Wanted for: Assault, Domestic Violence and failure to comply w...
Wanted for: FEDERAL INMATE WANTED
Osaruyi Igbinob ENAZENA
Age: 52 years
Wanted for: Canada Wide Warrant for Provisional Arrest Under t...
Raheem Tahjai MOSELEY
Wanted for: 2nd Degree Murder
Two suspects to be Identified
Wanted for: Aggravated Assault
TO BE IDENTIFIED
Height: 192 cm
Weight: 87 kg
Wanted for: Robbery
Suspect to be identified
Height: 6 ft 0 inch / 183 cm
Wanted for: Bank Robbery
Wanted for: Homicide
Wanted for: Homicide
Wanted for: WANTED PERSON, Drugs
BRITTON, David Edward
Height: 5 ft 10 inch / 178 cm
Weight: 196 lb / 89 kg
Wanted for: Failure to Comply
Toronto Crime Stoppers School Action Program
TCSSAP Dance League
The TCSSAP Dance program reaches out to at risk students that would have otherwise shied away from extracurricular school programs allowing them to be creative, innovative and establishing leadership roles within their school community. One of the main goals of the program is keeping students engaged and keeping students in school.
Music, movement, dance brings about a whole new medium to reach out and connect with young people that have avoided traditional sport activities in the past. Students are able to show their athleticism in their own way.
High Schools may see an average of up to 30 plus student participants each, making a potential total of 140-180 student participants for the first year. The program will conclude with a “Finals Competition” which will be held at the Toronto Crime Stoppers School Symposium in the month of May.
Toronto Crime Stoppers can't do this alone. We've reached out to community members and professional dance studios throughout the city to partnership with this dance program. Following the old adage, it takes a village to raise a child, the program envisions a coalition of law enforcement, citizens, businesses, and everyone working together for the sake of our future, our youth.
For more information about the TCSSAP School Program please reach out to us using the contact us information at the bottom of this page.