Thank you for your support!
Crime Stoppers relies on volunteers, community support, and tax deductible contributions from the public in order to operate the administration of the program. THANK YOU for helping us make Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers a success.
Crime Stoppers is a registered non-profit charity that is funded entirely by private donations and fundraising – no tax dollars are involved whatsoever. These funds go toward paying tipster rewards and promoting and developing the program.
We invite you to look at our list of Sponsors, businesses and organizations in the Greater Victoria community who support our goals and assist us in fulfilling our mandate. Our program could not be what it is without them, and we are incredibly grateful.
We ask YOU to help us make our community a safer place to live and work. Please consider making a donation to our program right now.
All donations made to the Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers program are tax-deductible and a tax receipt will be provided. Our Charity number: 1192 84016 RR 0001
Donations can be mailed to or dropped off at:
Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers
Saanich Police Department
760 Vernon Avenue
Victoria, B.C. V8X 2W6
Business Sponsorship Information
Having the support of local businesses in they key to funding our advertising, promotional items, board training, and our 24/7 call centre. We continue to strive to:
Keep the public aware of our program
Keep the media support on HIGH
Implement new programs in conjunction with area police departments
Your business or organization can show your support for our local Crime Stoppers Program by monetary donations and support, or by providing a service to our program. Here’s what we offer you:
Listing on our sponsors page on our website
Your logo on our promotional materials (brochures, posters, etc.)
Promotion and recognition via our social media accounts
Help support the Crime Stoppers program. Please become a sponsor.
Email our representative. Let them know how you want to get involved,
and they’ll get back to you with details on how to proceed.
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4 days ago
Sooke RCMP would like help in identifying our "Dear Suspect". They are hoping our fabulous followers can assist by naming them so they can talk to them about the day they thought it was a great idea to drag an ATM through a school!!!
Yes, you got it, the person pictured broke into a Sooke High school in March, ripped the ATM off the wall dragged it across the school where it was later found smashed up.
Please share these photos far and wide and lets get a name so the RCMP can go to work.
We know they aren't the best pictures but hopefully its enough to get them identified.
Call 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online.Your tip if successful could earn you some legitimate cash.
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5 days ago
Hey Greater Victoria
Oak Bay Police would like your help in identifying this person who is a suspect is a Break & Enter to a storage locker and several thefts from auto’s in the area of Clive Drive on May 20th.
Luckily, the backpack that he was wearing was recovered and all the stolen property inside of it was returned to the rightful owners.
The suspect is wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, black ball cap, blue jeans, black Nike runners with white swoosh sign.
If you know who this person is and you want to tell us anonymously, click the ‘Contact Us’ button above, or call 1-800-222-8477. You may also submit a tip by visiting our website at www.victoriacrimestoppers.ca.
Let’s get this guy before he can victimize more people.
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OB File 2020-1568 ... See MoreSee Less
Sooke RCMP are asking for your help in identifying the suspect in these pictures. They are responsible for a break in at a Sooke High School where they pulled the schools ATM out the wall and dragged it through the school before breaking it open. They gained entry through a window and then left via a door they had managed to open. The break in took place on 17th March.
If you recognize the person in the pictures then you can leave us an anonymous tip, call 1-800 222-8477 or submit a tip online at victoriacrimestoppers.ca. Your tip if successful could earn you a cash reward.
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