For any information requests, please contact us by clicking “Contact us” in the menu tab, where you will find our contact information.
First, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations must be approved by the Board of Directors prior to being sent to Crime Stoppers. For this reason, a member of the program will contact you beforehand.
Contact us by clicking “Contact us” in the menu tab, or by e-mailing email@example.com. Most importantly, prospective members must pass a background check performed by Sûreté du Québec. Finally, the board of directors will approve the partnership proposal.
There first must be citizen interest and support from the local police in your city or area. You must recruit a minimum number of members, including a president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, as well as a few administrators. The provincial committee will assist you with the essential details to start up your local committee.
All citizens 18 years of age or older who believe in the cause and pass the background check. Note that Crime Stoppers is a citizen organization so police officers may not become a member of Crime Stoppers. However, a police officer may sit on a committee in an advisory role.
When you make your initial call, you will be assigned a caller number. It is very important to keep this number. If charges are brought upon the suspect, the caller must contact Crime Stoppers and reference the caller number that was initially assigned. The information will be forwarded to the Board of Directors for approval.
When the information received has contributed to laying of charges against a suspect.
Contact Crime Stoppers using the same process as when you initially submitted information, either by telephone at 1-800-711-1800 or through the option to provide information online, referencing the caller number that was initially assigned.
The call centre representative, the Crime Stoppers Quebec analyst, and the police investigator in the jurisdiction where the crime was or may have been committed.
Absolutely not. Calls cannot be traced. Anonymity is the basis of the program and every necessary measure is taken to not disclose the source of the information.
Absolutely not. Online tips cannot be traced. Anonymity is the basis of the program and every necessary measure is taken to not disclose the source of the information.
On the Crime Stoppers website (www.echecaucrime.com), click on the “Providing information online” icon and follow the instructions.
Dial 1-800-711-1800; it’s free and anonymous.
Qualified representatives working at the Sûreté du Québec’s call centre, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.