In 1984, Metropolitan Toronto Police, York Regional Police and Durham Regional Police joined to form Toronto and Regional Crime Stoppers. In 1986, Durham Regional became independent and Peel joined the Crime Stoppers Program. The program continued with York Regional Police and Peel Regional Police each providing an officer to the Toronto and Regional Crime Stoppers Program, four days a week; York Regional – Monday and Wednesday; Peel Regional – Tuesday and Thursday.
Effective July 2, 1999 Peel Crime Stoppers became a separate entity now serving the communities of Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. This move enabled Peel to separate from the Toronto and Regional Crime Stoppers Program and move towards better serving the requirements of a vibrant and growing community and police service. Peel Crime Stoppers Program will enhance communications with the general public, the business community, elected officials, other police services, other Crime Stoppers Programs, Boards of Education (students and schools) and the media, in the Region of Peel.
Crime Stoppers is a partnership of the public, police and media which provides the community with a proactive Program to anonymously assist in solving crime and contributing to an improved quality of life
Who is Involved
Board of Directors Application Form