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Crime of the Week

Can you help solve the Crime of the Week?

We want your information, not your name.

» Crime of the Week


Text a Tip

Texting a tip is anonymous and quick.

Text "TIP212 plus your message" to CRIMES

» Text a tip


Human Trafficking

Don’t close your eyes to human trafficking.

Human Trafficking is modern day slavery.

» Human trafficking


Don’t Buy for Minors

Supplying alcohol to a person under 19 yrs old is illegal

You can be fined up to $5,120

» Don’t buy for minors


Help Stop Copper & Metal Theft

Copper and metal theft poses a significant threat to public safety and national security at many electrical utility & telecommunications facilities.

» Be part of the solution


Fuel theft is a crime that affects us all

Contact us and report the license plate of anyone stealing gas. Offenders will be prosecuted

» Petro-Canada partners with Crime Stoppers


Elder Abuse

It's Time to Face the Reality

Seniors from all walks of life are vulnerable to elder abuse and it's happening in communities across Canada.

» How to help stop it


Target Poaching

Report Violations

Crime Stoppers is a vital source of information on illegal hunting, fishing and wood theft.

» Help protect our natural resources


Lock It or Lose It!

Lock your vehicles

Don't give criminals the opportunity. Crimes Stoppers reminds you to lock your car doors when out shopping or when parked in your driveway overnight. Park in well-lit areas, and keep packages out-of-sight.

» Report suspicious activity


News & Alerts

Arrest warrant issued for Moncton man involved in fatal Bass River crash on Jan 1, 2015

Richibucto RCMP have laid a charge of failing to stop at the scene of an accident causing death against 32-year-old Ronald Fairweather, of Moncton, N.B. At approximately 4:00 a.m. on January 1, 2015, two vehicles were involved in a crash on Route 116 that resulted in the death of a 19-year-old man from Bass River. The driver of a stolen pick-up truck involved in the crash left the scene befor[Read more]

Help solve two acts of arson in Edmundston

Crime Stoppers and the Edmundston Police Force is asking for the public's help to solve two acts of arson that happened in September 2014. The first fire, on September 6, 2014, destroyed the Alcoholics Anonymous Centre at 15 Costello Street. The second fire, two weeks later on September 20, 2014, occured at the St John-the-Baptist/St-Paul's United Church at 86 de l'Église Street. The Edmundston [Read more]
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WIN with Crime Stoppers and Kawasaki – ATV Lottery 2015

WIN with Crime Stoppers and Kawasaki – ATV Lottery 2015

N.B. Crime Stoppers has partnered with the New Brunswick ATV Federation, Canadian Kawasaki Motors and New Brunswick Kawasaki Dealers for a Provincial ATV Lottery. Let the good times roll.™ Kawasaki’s new flagship MULE, the PRO-FXT, maintains the durability for which Kawasaki MULE workhorses are famous, and adds increased engine performance, improved handling, and increased functionality…Continue Reading