Events

Student Symposium 2013

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Click here for the 2013 Student Symposium Gallery London-Elgin-Middlesex Crime Stoppers would like to thank you for joining us at this year's Student Symposium. The Student Symposium is an annual gathering of students and staff from the London and District Catholic School Board and the Thames Valley District School Board and beyond, police educators and Crime Stoppers Board Members. Throughout the day, there are exchanges of ideas and information pertaining to crime trends and education tips on how crime stoppers can assist in making schools safer places. Topics included Student Crime Stoppers, WebTips, Safety at Work, Bullying, Surviving & Moving Forward. Click here for photos
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RCMP Musical Ride

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About The RCMP Musical Ride Click here for the RCMP Musical Ride Image Gallery The Maple Leaf. Breathtaking Wilderness. A "Mountie". All are familiar international identifiers of our "True North Strong and Free". The image of the red-coated Mountie in broad-brimmed Stetson hat is instinctively associated with Canada around the world. But there is more to the Mounties than just a romantic image. The stage was set in 1873 for a role that would intimately connect the Mounted Police and its members with the development of Canada as a great nation. From the beginning of its long history, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have served Canada and its people by establishing law and order in the frontier reaches of this vast nation. As the country grew in population and…
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Jailathon 2013

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Thursday May 30th, 2013 Please join us in for our 24th Annual fundraiser, The Jailathon Each year Crime Stoppers incarcerates London's most nefarious notables who must raise bail to be released. All proceeds support the London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers for our crime prevention and education programs.
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OPP 100th Anniversary 2011

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Crime Stoppers Staff, Board of Directors and Friends of Crime Stoppers, attend the Ontario Provincial Police 100th Anniversary this year to interact with the public and give away lots of Crime Stoppers souvenirs. Click here for the OPP 100th Anniversary Gallery
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Student Symposium 2011

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The Student Symposium is an annual gathering of students and staff from the London and District Catholic School Board and the Thames Valley District School Board and beyond, police educators and Crime Stoppers Board Members. Throughout the day, there are exchanges of ideas and information pertaining to crime trends and education tips on how crime stoppers can assist in making schools safer places. Topics included Student Crime Stoppers, WebTips, Safety at Work, Bullying, Surviving & Moving Forward. Click here for the image gallery
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Student Symposium 2010

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The Student Symposium is an annual gathering of students and staff from the London and District Catholic School Board and the Thames Valley District School Board and beyond, police educators and Crime Stoppers Board Members. Throughout the day, there are exchanges of ideas and information pertaining to crime trends and education tips on how crime stoppers can assist in making schools safer places. Topics included Student Crime Stoppers, WebTips, Safety at Work, Bullying, Surviving & Moving Forward. Sponsors Staples - Wellington Rd. @ Base Line - Jeff Trahan PriceChoppers - Commisioners Rd. and Wellington Rd. - Gary Wilson London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers Dr. Leslie Lewis - Byron Dental Office - 1265 Commisioners Rd. W. Crunican Apples - 23778 Richmond St. North Tim Horton's - Springbank Drive - Dave Mitchell…
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Turkeyfest Jailathon 2009

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What do I have to do as a jailbird? First and foremost, you are expected to have fun while raising money for London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers. Each Jailbird will go before a Judge in the Crime Stoppers Court held at Masonville Place in London. We will already have charged and summoned you with an outrageous offence, unique to your character. We may even have had help from some of your friends or co-workers. It may mean poking fun at your name, habits, hobbies, occupation, or anything else that people could relate to which describes yourself all adding to the fun of you being in court. The Judge, Prosecutor, and you will argue your case (you can bring your own Defense Lawyer) The Judge will sentence you anyway to a…
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