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Suspects to be identified in a Break and Enter on Riverside Dr.

Suspects to be identified in a Break and Enter on Riverside Dr.

The Ottawa Police Service East Break and Enter Unit are seeking the public's assistance in identifying suspects involved in a…

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Suspect wanted for Assault

Suspect wanted for Assault

Ottawa Police and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in a Assault. On Saturday, September…

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Suspect to be identified in mischief

Suspect to be identified in mischief

Ottawa police and Crime Stoppers are looking for the public's help in identifying a suspect involved in mischief. On the…

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Our Impact

National Capital Area Crime Stoppers does not receive any funding from government or law enforcement organizations, and relies on generous donations from you and our corporate partners
72,509

Tips Received

4,978

Total Arrests

12,152,599

Value of Recovered Property

476

Firearms seized

81,658,406

Drugs seized

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Statistics for 2019

Total Tips Received 3,727
Total Arrests 62
Total Charges Laid 298
Drugs Recovered by Police $241,991
Amount of Tips Rewards Authorized $13,220
Total Weapons Seized ( Firearms/Other ) 16

From Program Start (1985) To Date

Total Tips Received 72,509
Total Arrests 4,978
Total Charges Laid 9,544
Drugs Recovered by Police $81,658,406
Amount of Tips Rewards Authorized $842,795
Total Weapons Seized ( Firearms/Other ) 476

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National Capital Area Crime Stoppers is a community-based partnership made up of dedicated volunteers, police and media working together to provide a safer place to live, work and play. Community awareness and engagement are our priorities.

Crime Stoppers is a registered, non-profit charitable organization that assists law enforcement agencies in the resolution of crime. We provide members of our community the opportunity to submit an anonymous tip with information regarding a crime. In return, cash rewards of up to $2000 are awarded for qualified tips that help police solve a crime.

Crime Stoppers relies solely on donations and contributions from our private citizens and local businesses. No funds are received from any government agency, nor are any municipal tax dollars used for rewards.