Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce Inc.
Follow us on:   



Frustrated by crime in your neighbourhood?  Want to help in the battle against crime?  Want to remain anonymous?
Call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a secure Web Tip

Crime Stoppers is an excellent way to solve crime in your community without having to appear in court or put yourself at risk!  You could even earn a cash reward for helping to solve a crime!



Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce is pleased to offer these great 12” x 16” aluminum signs for sale at only $40.00 each, (no HST). These signs are perfect for walking trails, parks, parking lots, shopping malls, sports facilities, office buildings, workplaces, stores, and businesses, just to name a few locations.

These signs are a great way to raise awareness of our program while at the same time promoting safer communities.

The signs can be ordered by email to our office at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Attention: Drew Kalte, Office Administrator, Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce Inc.


Crime Stoppers Month Message from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau



Crime Stoppers Month Message from OPP Commissioner Vince Hawkes



Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce is 30 and Recognizes it has "Only Just Begun"

January is Crime Stoppers Month

2017 will mark the 30th Anniversary of the Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce organization.  The Board of Directors remain steadfast in their desire to provide services that allow all residents of Grey and Bruce an avenue in which to be "part of the solution"; an avenue upon which, over these past 30 years, through anonymous tips, has assisted towards the seizure of approximately 52 Million dollars in drugs and recovered stolen property from the streets of our counties.


We're proud.  We're proud to be in a region where citizens are looking out for one another and as a result tips, since 1987, have brought about the arrest of 1,566 people and the clearing of nearly 2,600 cases.  We're proud because we hear so often that it's because of the anonymity the Crime Stoppers program provides that calls are made and not necessarily the offer of cash rewards.  Indeed, although we have paid out over $128,000 in rewards, this amount is half of what could have been paid out if all "Tipsters" actually claimed their rewards.

The Crime Stoppers movement began in 1976.  It ismade up of three essential elements - the community, the media, and law enforcement.  Our local program is operated by a group of volunteers, including a volunteer Board of Directors and community members who provide tip information and funds for the maintenance of the program.  The media aides the program by publicizing case re-enactments or details about a case not yet solved or a person wanted on a warrant, and law enforcement receives the anonymous tip information from our office staff and follows that information through to its conclusion.

Crime Stoppers has grownin numbers throughout the world.  Now, 22 countries are involved, with over 1,200 programs worldwide coordinating the people in their regions towards "being part of the solution".  They, too, enjoy similar success to ours, with new countries joining the movement each year.

Every January, Crime Stoppers Programs throughout the world celebrate Crime Stoppers Month and take the opportunity to extol the successes of the previous year.  We have moved from taking tips simply through telephone calls and now receive tips through secure Web Tips as well, with some programs even offering smart phone applications.

To learn more about Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce please visit our website at, find us on Facebook, or e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



January 12, 2017 - Thefts from Vehicles - Town of South Bruce Peninsula

Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce and the Bruce Peninsula OPP are asking for the public’s assistance in solving the following thefts from vehicles in The Town of South Bruce Peninsula.


Overnight on January 12 to January 13, 2017 multiple thefts from unlocked vehicles occurred in the area of Bruce Road 13 towards Oliphant.


A lone male was entering unlocked vehicles in private driveways and stole cash, a hunting knife, A/C convertor, flashlight, and a fuse. 


The male suspect is white, thin, 5’10” to 6’0” tall, wearing a beanie toque, a hooded dark ski jacket with lighter shoulders, jeans, and sneakers.  Photos of the suspect are as follows:



If you have information about these thefts from vehicles you can submit a secure Web Tip or call our toll-free Tips Line at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).  You won’t be asked to identify yourself, you won’t have to appear in court, and you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000.00.

Remember – Crime Doesn’t Pay But Crime Stoppers Does!


Mac's Needs Your Help to Identify Shoptheft and Robbery Suspects

Go to to view surveillance images of alleged shoptheft and robbery suspects