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Protecting Our Students

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Protecting Our Students

S tudents in the Niagara Region play a key role in crime awareness, prevention and resolution. It is important to engage the youth consistently to ensure they have a vested interest in their quality of life.

All too often Students are hesitant to report crime because they fear social retribution. Crime Stoppers eliminates the fear of retaliation. The beauty of sending a tip to Crime Stoppers is no one will ever know who reported the crime and you never have to identify yourself or go to court.

Here are just some of the crimes affecting our Niagara Regional Youth:

Cyber bullying

Teen Violence

Illegal Drugs

Sexual Assault

Date Rape

Gang activities

Human Trafficking

Thefts and robberies

These are just a few of the issues faced by our youth. They face more and more adult issues in these modern times. Many of these issues are only now becoming a matter of pubic interest.

Remember- Any tip submitted is confidential and you will always remain anonymous.


The most commonly used illegal drugs are marijuana (pot), stimulants (cocaine, crack, and speed), LSD, PCP, opiates, heroin, and designer drugs (Ecstasy). The use of illegal drugs, and underage alcohol consumption is increasing, especially among young teens, and those entering into post secondary education
 

Crime Stoppers Niagara is committed to making our cities a safer, happier place in which to live, work and play.

In addition to our Crime Stoppers Tip Line, safety presentations are offered to students with an underlining message of good citizenship and keeping themselves safe, parents are presented with tools and tips for keeping their child safe and training is available to school staff and school-based law enforcement officers to assist in keeping students and schools safe.

Crime Stoppers Niagara provides a means of communicating information about crime to authorities in a safe an anonymous fashion


Child victims of trafficking are often exploited for sexual purposes, including prostitution, pornography and sex tourism. They are also exploited for forced labour, including domestic servitude, sweatshop factory work and migrant farming.

DON’T CLOSE YOUR EYES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING




 

We keep your kids safe at school

Crime Stoppers of Niagara Safe School Program has been keeping schools safe by providing students with a safe and anonymous way to report crime and potential dangers on their campus and in their community. In addition to our TipLine, safety presentations are offered to students with an underlining message of good citizenship and keeping themselves safe, parents are presented with tools and tips for keeping their child safe and training is available to school staff and school-based law enforcement officers to assist in keeping students and schools safe. The Safe School Program educates students from grade 1 to grade 12 in Niagara Regional school districts, including private and catholic schools.

For elementary students, presentations are video based and cover topics related to personal safety and anti-victimization. Important child safety tips are shared with parents.

For middle and high school students, the goal of the program is to educate students on crime prevention, current trends in criminal activity, how to identify threats to the school campus, and how to safely and anonymously report criminal activity through our Tip Line Program.


When to Call

Maybe you overhear someone bragging about having committed a crime. Maybe you know someone who is driving a stolen car...or is hiding from the police...or is a robber or drug dealer. Or maybe you just see something that doesn't look right. A strange car. A person acting sneaky. Someone with a gun or knife. If you aren't sure that what you saw or heard is really a crime, call anyway. Let the police decide if it's worth investigating. It may be a piece of a clue to a big crime.

If you have any information to help us solve a crime, please call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) Your identity will remain anonymous!

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