Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Public Document Shredding Event. Saturday April 21st 2018


Public Document Shredding Event

The Prince George Crime Stoppers Society will once again be hosting a public “document shredding” event on Saturday April 21st 10am -2pm. This is a chance for members of the public to shred personal or important documents, helping to ensure they will not be a victim of identity theft.

In partnership with Shred-it Mobile Shredding Services, CN Centre and Mr. Mike’s! Prince George Crime Stoppers will be providing an opportunity for members of the general public to responsibly, safely and quickly shred personal or important documents.  This service is provided for the cost of a minimum $ 5 donation and is not meant for business owners.

Mr. Mikes will provide a delicious burger barbeque by donation to PG Crimestoppers from 11am- 1:30pm.

Date:              Saturday April 21st 2018
Time:             10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Location:      CN Centre Parking lot- just off Ospika Ave Prince George, BC

All proceeds will go towards supporting the Prince George Crime Stopper Society.

Prince George Crime Stoppers is proud to partner with local media, police and residents of BC's northern capital to help solve crime.  The not-for-profit society is run independently of the police by everyday citizens like you.  All information received is anonymous and is provided to the police in the hopes it will further investigations and lead to arrests, seizures and recovery of property. 

For more details about Prince George Crime Stoppers or our community events, please see our website at or find us on Facebook.

For more information or interview opportunities, contact

Ron Polillo, Vice President at (250) 612 8645

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Crime Stoppers Officer and Watch of the year

One of our favourite parts of celebrating Crime Stoppers month is honouring the important of our local RCMP partners.
Every January we present two awards: Officer of the Year and General Duty Watch of the Year. Today Cst. Dong Kwak received 2017 Officer of the Year. Originally from Ontario and based in Prince George since 2014, Cst. Kwak was recognized for his keen investigative skills and commitment to following up received tips.
First time recipient, "A" Watch, was recognized for completing the highest volume of investigated Crime Stoppers files in 2017. All the members in this shift have demonstrated an impressive dedication to the efforts of Crime Stoppers
On behalf of our Board, we thank all the RCMP members for their support - we are proud to work with you