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January 6, 2020
2020 Crime Stoppers Month Launch and Toronto Crime Stoppers 36 Years and Strong

2020 Toronto Crime Stoppers Month Launch 

Toronto Crime Stoppers Reinvest Funds

in Community Supports and

Community Initiatives

On Monday, January 6, 2020, at 10:30 a.m., in the lobby of Toronto Police headquarters, Toronto Crime Stoppers hosted an event celebrating Crime Stoppers Month. Along with highlighting statistics from 2019 the program will be announcing their exciting new re brand strategy which aims to mobilize the public while reinvesting funds back into Toronto’s communities.


Toronto Crime Stoppers Coordinator Dimitrios Tsianos, hosted the event with remarks by Mayor John Tory, Deputy Chief of Police Peter Yuen, and Toronto Crime Stoppers Chair, Sean Sportun.


In recognition of Crime Stoppers month, the Toronto Crime Stoppers program has re branded its strategy, aiming to mobilize the public while reinvesting funds back into Toronto’s neighbourhoods.


Since the Toronto Crime Stoppers program launched in 1984, it has taken more than 165,000 tips.  In 2019, 85 people were arrested and 320 charges were laid, helping the Toronto Police Service solve cases of gun violence, robbery, sexual assault and human trafficking, among others.


Going forward, under the “See It, Say It, Stop It” slogan, Toronto Crime Stoppers will channel funds into communities impacted by crime and violence rather than paying individual rewards.


“Our program has an incredible history, but as we move into the future, we have created an opportunity to appeal to an individual’s desire to serve the greater good,” said Sean Sportun, Chair of Toronto Crime Stoppers. “We are excited to share our new re brand strategy that channels our efforts directly back into the communities we serve and empowers a movement of a crime free Toronto”.


To see how Toronto Crime Stoppers has already invested in one Toronto community, click here Community Reward Program


Every time a tip is provided to Toronto Crime Stoppers, it gives police one more opportunity to solve a crime and it gives the community one more chance to reclaim its neigbourhood from crime and violence.


For further information, please contact Crime Stoppers Coordinator Dimitrios Tsianos, at 416-808-7260, or Chair Sean Sportun, at 416-904-3805.



See it. Say it. Stop it.

Toronto Crime Stoppers is offering you a new way to securely provide tips through SecureDrop.
(THIS IS FOR CYBER RELATED CRIME ONLY. Please use our SUBMIT TIP P3 interface for regular tips.)
On a malware-free device, you will need to download and install the Tor browser. From there, you will access the hidden SecureDrop page. Once the connection is successfully made, you will be prompted to paste a link into the browser and input your tip information. You will be given a secure codename to continue private communication with Toronto Crime Stoppers. For more information, and to proceed with a tip submission through SecureDrop, click HERE. We take your privacy and anonymity very seriously.