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

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Proclamation - Crime Stoppers Month

Proclamation by Mayor Lynn Hall - Crime Stoppers Month click for PDF

Crime Stoppers Media Release Jan 3 2018

January 3, 2018
Prince George, BC

Crime Stoppers Celebrates another Great Year

The Prince George Crime Stoppers Society would like to invite the residents of Prince George and surrounding communities to come out and help celebrate Crime Stopper Month and the very successful year the program had in 2017!

In 2017 the Prince George Crime Stopper Program received 565 tips from YOU!  Those tips resulted in 24 arrests, $103,000 in property recovered and $153,750 drugs seized! Here are more of our numbers: 

Since Inception in 1985
Tips Received
Arrests Made
Number of Awards Approved
Value of Awards Approved
Value of Seized Property & Drugs
PGCS continued our partnership with Shred-it Mobile Shedding Services for the public to shred their personal documents for a small donation.  It was well received by the public and kept the shredding truck very busy! Look for our Spring Shred-It Event on Saturday April 21st, 2018 at the Walmart Parking lot from 10am -2pm.

As part of Crime Stopper month, join us at one or all of these community events to learn more about the program and to enter to WIN an exclusive Queen 40th Anniversary DVD Set and other prizes including PG Cougars Tickets from CN Centre, 99.3 The Drive, 101.3 The River and PG Crime Stoppers!:
  • This Saturday January 6th, we’ll be at the Northern Sport Centre cheering on the UNBC Timberwolves men’s and women’s basketball teams as they take on the UBC- Okanagan. Women tip off at 5:00 pm and the men at 7:00 pm. Take part in our Paper Airplane Toss at the Men’s halftime to  WIN an exclusive Queen 40th Anniversary DVD Set!

On Friday January 12th, PG Crime Stoppers will be the Spruce Kings home game vs Cowichan Valley at 7pm. Its Spruce Kings Family Fun night and you can WIN another Queen 40th Anniversary DVD set and other prizes with a fun contest during the 1st intermission! You can find us on the concourse as you enter The Rolling Mix Concrete Arena.
  • On Friday January 19th, we’ll be at CN Centre to cheer on the Prince George Cougars as they battle the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Come say hi to win PG Cougars tickets from CN Centre and CD’s and DVD’s from 99.3 The Drive and PG Crime Stoppers!

The Board of Directors of Prince George Crime Stoppers Society would like to thank the citizens of Prince George and surrounding areas for continuing to provide vital information that has led to arrests and seizures in 2017!  The Board would also like to thank the hard working and dedicated members of the RCMP in Prince George and neighbouring communities for continuing to support this worthwhile program.

There are two ways to submit a tip to Prince George Crime Stoppers anonymously 24/7 365 Days a year:
·         The traditional method of calling 1-800-222-8477 and providing information to a trained operator is still very popular. As an increasingly popular alternative, you can submit a typed tip via our website at  
When providing tips, please be as detailed as possible and remember we don't want your name, just your information!  All methods are completely anonymous!

As one of the 86 Crime Stopper programs throughout the country, Prince George Crime Stoppers is a proud partnership of the local media, police and residents of BC's northern capital.  Prince George Crime Stoppers is a not-for-profit society 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 recovered property. 

For more details about Prince George Crime Stoppers, our community events or our 2017 statistics, please see our website at

For more information or interview opportunities, contact:

Ron Polillo, Vice President at (250) 960-1367 or (250) 612-8645
Robin Craig, President at the email-