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.
Fort St John 2017-01-30 10:15 PST File # 2017-624 On January 19, 2017 the Fort St John RCMP received a report of 2 work site accommodation trailers that were stolen sometime in the last week from the Upper Halfway Road pullout, just off the Alaska Hwy in Wonowon, BC, Trailer 1: 2004 Westlake Trailer, expired… Read more
On January 16, 2017 at 4:34 p.m. the Fort St John RCMP received a report of a robbery at the local Scotiabank. A lone suspect entered the bank and demanded money from the bank tellers. During the robbery the suspect produced what appeared to be a black coloured handgun. The suspect fled the bank through… Read more
2017-01-13 08:16 PST On January 4, 2017 at 8:00 am, the Fort St John RCMP received a report of a trailer and snowmobile that was abandoned in the ditch on Todd Road just North of Taylor, BC. The trailer and ski-doo were recovered by the RCMP and returned to owner, but on the previous night it was seen… Read more
2017-01-13 08:01 PST Fort St John RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance to help solve a theft of Copper Wire from BC Hydro. On January 5, 2017 BC HYDRO reported to the Fort St John RCMP that a substantial amount of copper wire was stolen from two work sites in Fort St John. One location… Read more
The RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 16 year old Danika PAYOU who was reported missing on January 6th 2017. Danika was last seen in the afternoon of January 6th leaving the Interchange group home at 10315 94th St in Fort St John. She is described as a First Nations female, 5 feet… Read more
January is Crime Stoppers Month, around the world, to promote the tri-partite relationship between the Community/Media/Police, in an effort to help solve crime in their community. This year’s theme is “See Something, Hear Something, Say Something”; “If you see something or hear something suspicious and want to report a crime without identifying yourself, we are here to… Read more
2016-12-20 14:09 PST The Fort St John RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a 1995 Western Star 4900 series truck. The truck was allegedly stolen from the business lot located at 10412 Alaska Road N, Fort St John sometime between December 14th – 19th. Photo is a depiction of the truck and not… Read more
2016-12-13 12:13 PST On December 13, 2016 at 7:53 a.m. (MST) the Fort St John RCMP attended to a complaint of a shooting in the 11000 block of the 269 Road, just north of the city. Multiple officers attended the area and located a 47 year old man suffering from what appears to be gunshot… Read more
2016-12-12 15:46 PST On December 10, 2016 at 10:15 p.m. (MST) two unknown men entered a business in the 9000 block of 100th Avenue in Fort St John and demanded money from the employee. The men quickly left the store with an undisclosed amount of money. Fortunately, no one was injured in this incident. It… Read more
2016-12-06 08:19 PST Fort St John RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspected of credit card fraud and theft over $5000. Police were advised that stolen credit cards were used to purchase over $12 000 in gasoline at various gas stations throughout Fort St John and Taylor, BC. The fraudulent purchases… Read more