Essential to Crime Stoppers
The CommunityCrime Stoppers exists in offering an anonymous way for the public to provide information to the police that could help solve a crime. Local Citizens form the foundation of a Crime Stoppers program by serving as volunteer directors on the Crime Stoppers board whose responsibility is to operate the non-profit corporation, raise funds, promote the program and approve reward payments when crimes are solved.
The MediaLocal media outlets have responsibility for promoting Crime Stoppers by publicizing unsolved crimes and assisting with appeals to raise funds for the program. The media also regularly promotes the special Crime Stoppers phone number and Web Tips.
The PoliceAppoint a coordinator to operate the Crime Stoppers program on a daily basis. Anonymity to callers is guaranteed, no equipment exists to record or trace the phone calls, Text Messages or Web Tips. Those who contact Crime Stoppers will receive a code number, specific to their call, that allows them to follow up on their report to determine if an arrest, charge, or goods have been recovered. Police investigate the information provided by Crime Stoppers and provide a report back to the Coordinator when their investigation is complete. The Coordinator reports the results of the investigation to the Board, if a reward is warranted, and the Board makes the final decision on the amount to be given to the Tipster.
May 15, 2018 Fort St. John, BC Fort St John RCMP are asking assistance from the public regarding a suspicious occurrence that happened between 10:30-11:00 am on May 12th, 2018. A male was seen picking up a 4-5 year old, male child in the parking lot of the Subway restaurant at 97th Ave and 100th… Read more
May 14, 2018 Fort St John, BC On Sunday May 13th, 2018, many residents in the vicinity of 86th Street between 96th Avenue and 85th Avenue awoke to find their vehicle tires slashed. Sometime overnight one or more individuals slashed tires on over 25 parked vehicles in this area. “The Fort St John RCMP is continuing their… Read more
Posted today- 10 May 2018 On Thursday, April 5th, 2018, the Dawson Creek RCMP received a report of a theft of vehicle from a residence located near 15th St and 109th Ave. It was reported that a blue Dodge pickup truck was stolen from the residence sometime during the overnight period as the keys were… Read more
Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 File Number: 2018-2675 On Thursday, April 19th, 2018, the Dawson Creek RCMP received a report of a robbery at the 7-Eleven located on 8th St. The Dawson Creek RCMP were notified that an unknown male, wearing a grey hoodie and blue face mask, entered the 7-Eleven convenience store and demanded cash… Read more
Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 File Number: 2018-1151 On Friday, February 16th, 2018, the Dawson Creek RCMP received a report of a shoplifter at The Source in the Dawson Creek Mall. It was reported that an unknown male entered The Source and asked the cashier to see two pairs of headphones located within a locked cabinet…. Read more
DATE April 11, 2018 Fort St. John, BC On April 11th, 2018 at 2240 hours a Robbery occurred at the Winks Convenience Store located at 10604 100th Avenue, Fort St. John, BC. The suspect made off with cash and cigarettes. Suspect was last seen wearing a black jacket with orange chest zippers, black hooded sweater,… Read more
Last year, 56,000 vehicles were broken into across B.C. leading police to urge drivers to hide valuables and lock their doors to decrease opportunities for criminals. “They check sometimes hundreds of cars every day. If the door is open, they’re going in. If they see a prize, your laptop, a wallet, your cellphone, they’re going in,” said… Read more
Monday March 19th, 2018 The Dawson Creek RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing Dawson Creek woman. Madelyn WHYTE, 18 years old, was reported missing to the Dawson Creek RCMP during the evening hours of Monday, March 19th. All of the places WHYTE is known to frequent have been checked and multiple… Read more
MARCH is “FRAUD PREVENTION MONTH“, an annual campaign aimed at preventing Canadians from becoming victims of fraud. The Little Black Book of Scams, has been updated and the 2nd edition is now available on the Competition Bureau Canada website: http://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/04333.html This guide exposes 12 of the most prevalent scams in Canada and provides tips… Read more
2 March 2018 @ 2:30PM DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The Dawson Creek RCMP are looking for a male suspect after an alleged assault Tuesday along the Dawson Trails. According to Cpl. Madonna Saunderson with North District RCMP, a man was walking along the Dawson trails on Tuesday, February 27th at 3:00 p.m. when he encountered another man walking… Read more