Report a crime anonymously by calling 1-800-711-1800 or PROVIDING INFORMATION ONLINE

Do you have any questions? You may find the answer here.

Who should I contact to obtain information about the organization (provincial and/or regional)?

The Administrative Assistant, Coordinator and members of the Board of Directors, provincial committee or the regional presidents listed under the heading “Organization/Administrative Team”

How can I make a donation or become a Crime Stoppers partner?

Contact our Administrative Assistant or a committee member. Donations must be approved by the Board of Directors before they are sent to Crime Stoppers at the organization’s address.

How can I become a Crime Stoppers partner?

Above all, you must provide your personal contact information so the Sûreté du Québec can conduct a background check. Once accepted, a proposed partnership is submitted to the executive committee and approved by the Board of Directors.

How can we start a new local committee?

There first must be citizen interest and support from the local police. You must recruit a minimum number of members, including a president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, as well as a few directors. The provincial committee will assist you with the essential details to start up you local committee.

How can I become a committee member?

There must be a vacancy on the committee; the new member must be sponsored by an existing member. You must submit your personal contact information so the Sûreté du Québec can conduct a background check. Once accepted, the proposed partnership is submitted to the executive committee and approved by the Board of Directors.

Who can become a committee member?

All citizens at least 18 years old who believe in the cause and pass the background check. Note that Crime Stoppers is a citizen organization so no policy officer may become a member in good standing of Crime Stoppers. However, a police officer may sit on a committee as an adviser.

How can I claim a reward?

when you make your initial call, you are given a unique password. It is very important to keep this number. After the information is received, the police investigation must be conclusive. The informant must then contact Crime Stoppers and provide the password he/she was given. The coordinator will forward the information to the Board of Directors for approval.

When can I obtain a reward?

When the information received has contributed to closing an investigation.

How to conduct follow-up after giving us information?

Contact Crime Stoppers and give the password you were assigned when you provided information. The coordinator will provide you with the relevant information.

Who receives the information?

The call centre worker, Crime Stoppers Quebec coordinator, and the police investigator in the jurisdiction where the crime was or may have been committed.

Can my telephone call be traced?

Absolutely not. No call can be traced. Anonymity is the basis of the program and every necessary measure is taken not to disclose the source of the information.

Can my online submission be traced?

Absolutely not. No online tip can be traced. Anonymity is the basis of the program and every necessary measure is taken not to disclose the source of the information.

What must I do to provide information online?

On the Crime Stoppers site (www.echecaucrime.com), click on the “Online tips” icon and follow the instructions.

What must I do to provide information by telephone?

Dial 1-800-711-1800; it’s free and anonymous.

Who will answer my call?

Qualified workers (police officers) working at the Sûreté du Québec’s call centre, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

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