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Tips Received:21925
Arrests Made:2538
Rewards Approved:784
Rewards Paid Out:$178,276.00
Property Recovered:$3,657,498
Narcotics Recovered:$83,835,912


Crime Stoppers Partners


Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers has recently partnered with Crime Watch Magazine in a fundraising initiative.  They are currently soliciting advertising in the Central Okanagan area.

This widely distributed magazine focusses on current crime topics such as missing children, crime prevention, wanted suspects and much more!


We are very proud to say that we have partnered with one of the fastest growing social shopping companies anywhere, Smart Betty. For those of you who haven't heard of them, click here to find out who they are. Basically, each day you will be notified by email of different discounts from local merchants that you will be able to take advantage of - all you do is go online and purchase the voucher for the product or service and then redeem it at your convenience! The benefit to you is obvious - great deals on products and services that you already purchase!
Another benefit is that Smart Betty understands the importance of charitable donations. So, for every dollar you spend purchasing Smart Betty vouchers, Smart Betty will give 10% of their earnings back to our charity.
We are extremely excited about our partnership with Smart Betty, as this is something that we feel will benefit everyone! The more people see this, the better for our organization so please forward this email to friends, family and co-workers so that they can also enjoy the savings and help us in our fundraising efforts!
We thank you for your efforts in helping us by spreading the word about us and about Smart Betty!

Crime Stoppers / Petro-Canada National Partnership

The Canadian Crime Stoppers Association is pleased to have entered into a new partnership agreement with Petro-Canada, a Suncor Energy Business.  This new partnership will promote crime prevention in communities across Canada, with a particular focus on the prevention of fuel theft and the safety and security of customers and employees at retail fuel sites.

To provide consistency for all Crime Stoppers organizations across Canada, and to promote this new partnership during January 2012, National Crime Stoppers Month, the following messages have been created:

KEY MESSAGES:  Petro-Canada / Crime Stoppers National Partnership

 Fuel theft is a crime and puts lives in danger
 Crime Stoppers is pleased to have created a new national partnership with Petro-Canada, a Suncor Energy business
 Crimestoppers supports the work that has already been done by Petro-Canada to promote safety at its retail fuel sites.  We look forward to the opportunities to continue that work with Petro-Canada and local police forces across the country to promote safety and reduce crime at retail gas stations
 One of the first and most visible reminders of Crime Stoppers involvement and partnership with Petro-Canada will be information (in the form of a new decal) placed on every Petro-Canada fuel pump across Canada to remind its customers that fuel theft is a crime and to provide the Crime Stoppers Tip Line for those who see a crime happening
 Through this partnership, Crime Stoppers looks forward to reaching out to others in the industry to promote safety at every gas station in every community across Canada
 If you see criminal activity of any type, whether it is a fuel theft or other crime, please contact your local Crime Stoppers organization.


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