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2020 has been an unexpected year for Prince Edward Island. It has called onIslanders from every community to change our way of life.While our province has been fortunate with a small number of COVID-19 cases,and as we ease back gradually the measures to renew PEI, together, we recognizethat the law enforcement community of Prince Edward Island played an importantrole in the provincial response.The Government of Prince Edward Island recognizes the important work thatCrime Stoppers does for Island communities, and in particular this year, theenhanced role they have played to support the public health measures we have inplace.Islanders appreciate having an alternative crime reporting service that can providethem the confidence and security of knowing their concerns are being heardconfidentially. During these challenging times, the service this organization isneeded more than ever when people are feeling uncertain and anxious.I am proud to be able to count Crime Stoppers PEI as a partner in making ourcommunities safer and I expect we will continue to strengthen our relationshipfor years to come.Hon. Bloyce ThompsonMinister of Agriculture and Landwww.peicrimestoppers.com1

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1-800-222-TIPSOn behalf of the Charlottetown Police Services, I wish to congratulate PEl Crime Stoppers on their 30th year of operation and forproducing their Annual Awareness Guide.Key components in addressing crime and improving cumminity safety are education and information. Through the preparation ofthe Awareness Guide, Crime Stoppers has also fulfilled a role in crime prevention, by providing information that is both timelyand practical.They further assist, by providing the means for concerned citizens to supply police organizations, like ours, with information.In addition, through the operation of the Crime Stoppers Tip Line, police agencies across the Island are able to field investigativeleads that have helped solve outstanding crimes and prevent the perpetrators from victimizing others.Crime Stoppers has seen a steady increased in tips being received and cases being solved. The efforts of Crime Stoppers notonly assist in solving crime, but also play a role in the seizure of illicit drugs and the recovery of stolen property. Tips providepolice and others with valuable insight into the crime trends in our communities and neighbourhoods. Better awareness leads tobetter prevention, which ultimately leads to safer communities.Crime Stoppers cannot operate without dedicated, hard-working people. Charlottetown Police Services is proud to work withthe Volunteer Board. We also wish to thank the outgoing Program Coordinator, Scott Lundrigan for his dedicated work, and wishall the best to the new Program Director, Don Rodd. These individuals and the many sponsors of the program recognize the valueand positive impact that Crime Stoppers has within our community.Thank you to Crime Stoppers for helping keep our Island communities safe and strong.A. Paul Smith, O.O.M.Chief of PoliceCharlottetown Police ServicesCongratulations once again to PEI Crime Stoppers for continuing their good work, in producing their Annual Awareness Guide. Sincethe program began on PEI in 1989, over 950 arrests have been recorded along with over 600 charges laid as a result of over 10,500 tipsreceived, and 3.25 million dollars in cash, stolen property and drugs seized along with over 1300 cases cleared. This program is onceagain one of the greatest crime fighting resources law enforcement has at its disposal, and it must remain as an integral component inassisting in solving crime. Crime Stoppers helps to reduce crime and the fear of crime in homes, schools, businesses, and communities.Crime Stoppers assists law enforcement in generating leads on cold cases, new investigations, details on current high-profile cases, andlocations of individuals with outstanding warrants. The tip information provided to law enforcement officers and investigators help solvecases that would not have been solved otherwise, such as homicides, hit & runs, robberies, B & E’s, narcotic offences, arsons, and otherviolent crimes.Crime Stoppers is a civilian, non-profit, charitable organization that brings together three entities in a relationship, the police services ofa community, the media and the community in the fight against crime. Crime Stoppers recognizes that often the men and women of lawenforcement go above and beyond to make PEI a better and safer province to work and raise a family. The success of Crime Stoppers isbased on the partnership between law enforcement, the media and the citizens of Prince Edward Island. There is no doubt that all lawenforcement officers work diligently to ensure the safety and well-being of our communities, often contributing to the communities theyserve in ways that shows their true commitment to serving the public.Crime Stoppers provides citizens with a vehicle to anonymously supply the police with information about a crime or potential crime ofwhich they have knowledge. Crime Stoppers as an independent charity, are not part of the police and simply act as a route for membersof the public to speak out about issues that affect their communities. A reward of up to 2,000 is offered to anyone providing informationwhich leads to an arrest for a crime. Rewards may also be made for information leading to the recovery of stolen property, the seizure ofillegal drugs or an arrest on an outstanding warrant.A volunteer board of Directors actively administers and is responsible for the program. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit charitableorganization and is responsible for raising funds and the disbursements of rewards. The Board of Directors work in close cooperationwith police agencies and all areas of the media and contributions from individuals, corporations, professional associations, retailers, civicand social groups keep the Crime Stoppers program functional.Police services across the Island strongly support Crime Stoppers as do government agencies with enforcement responsibilities. Thecoordinator is responsible for the tips line, media releases, liaising with the Board of Directors and maintaining a rapport with enforcementagencies. The community component (the Board) is responsible for program policy, fund-raising, promotions, development of short andlong- term planning along with keeping financial records.All police agencies must partner with Crime Stoppers and the media so the program can help officers solve crimes. The media is a veryimportant component of Crime Stoppers. An unsolved crime can be re-enacted and shown on television or may be publicized in anewspaper or aired on radio so the media brings the program to the attention of the public. Finally, citizens must play an active role incommunity safety by coming forward anonymously with information in relation to crimes. Summerside Police Services have an ongoingcommitment to continue to support Crime Stoppers and its programs, and we will continue to do so in the future.Thank you and congratulations once again to the Board of Directors on another successful year. We certainly look forward to hearingabout your continued success in helping to keep communities safe across our great province.J. David Poirier, Chief, Summerside Police Serviceswww.peicrimestoppers.com3

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Report anonymously via our Mobile App, seepeicrimestoppers.comfor free downloadOn behalf of the Kensington Police Service I would like to commend Don Rodd for a very successful year with PEICrime Stoppers.PEI Crime Stoppers is a major asset to our Island. It has allowed for many crimes to be investigated and solved dueto anonymous tips being supplied to law enforcement, which may not otherwise have been discovered. Our Islandcommunities become safer each time your tips lead to drugs being taken off the streets, impaired drivers beingcaught, and criminals being charged and convicted.We encourage Islanders to continue providing tips to PEI Crime Stoppers whether by phone, electronically, etc., asthis is a valuable tool that assists all PEI law enforcement to stop and solve crimes, and keep our communities safe.Remember, PEI Crime Stoppers wants your information not your name.Chief Lewie SutherlandKensington Police ServiceAs Commanding Officer of the RCMP on Prince Edward Island, I have a deep appreciation for the work done by PEI CrimeStoppers.Prince Edward Island is uniquely positioned as the safest province in Canada. Part of the reason for that success is PEICrime Stoppers and the people of PEI who contribute information to fight crime.Our Island policing family work hard to deter crime and keep Islanders safe. But, obviously we cannot be everywhere all ofthe time. That means we rely on the information provided by caring Islanders to inform us of trouble so we can attend.Crime Stoppers anonymous tips submission method allows the public to assist police with the work they do and quite oftenit’s the anonymous tip that helps to solve a crime.This Annual Awareness Guide, which provides readers with an overview of the excellent work undertaken by the hardworkingand dedicated Board members, many community contributors who work diligently on a volunteer basis and especially Mr.Don Rodd, Provincial Coordinator. Supporters of this program work hard to continually fund raise, promote, educate, anddevelop public awareness to further the efforts of policing and community safety. Their work is key to engaging people tohelp keep our Island safe and to work together to curtail criminal activity.I commend PEI Crime Stoppers for the work they do for the people of Prince Edward Island and the policing and legalcommunities.We all have a part in keeping the communities across the Island safe and stopping criminal activity before harm can bedone. Your voice can be a powerful tool and the tips provided to PEI Crime Stoppers have resulted in many convictions,proving that speaking up CAN make a difference.On behalf of the RCMP on Prince Edward Island, I would like to thank everyone involved in P.E.I. Crime Stoppers; and thosewho take the time to provide tips, thank you for your contribution to a safer Island.Chief Superintendent Jennifer EbertCommanding Officer, L Division RCMPPrince Edward IslandWe are particularly proud of the fact that since our inception in 1989 PEI Crime Stoppers has helped ourlaw enforcement partners solve 1,324 criminal cases and assisted in the recovery/seizure of propertyand drugs valued at 3,254,817 in our province.This shows that by the collaborative effort of the community,law enforcement and the media we are making a difference.EXECUTIVEPresident - Mark A. PharandVice-President - Allison J. DoughartSecretary - Katie CampbellTreasurer - Stephen H. DimondBoard MembersNorbert E. StewartWayne LillyEric A. OultonDerek N. NicholsonRon McConnellChristine M. KeenCoordinator - Donald R. Roddwww.peicrimestoppers.comPolice AdvisorsCst. Tara Watts - Charlottetown Police ServiceCst. Mike Stevenson - Summerside Police ServiceCst. Greg Trainor - RCMPLegal AdvisorM. Lynn Murray, Q.C. - Key & Murray Law5

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Report anonymously Online or by mobile browser atpeicrimestoppers.comPresident’s MessageIt is my profound honour and privilege to extend my sincerest thanks to our dedicated Board of volunteers past and present and our Coordinator,Don Rodd for the many hours of volunteer time and support of our PEI Crime Stoppers program. They champion the goal of ensuring that PEICrime Stoppers continues to significantly contribute to public safety in our province. Please take the time to go through our Awareness Guideto see some of our many activities and initiatives.We ask you to take the time to review the unsolved crimes, missing person notices, and messages from our Island police services to help uswork for a safer PEI.As we bank, shop, and socialize online, criminals have exploited the vulnerabilities of our computer systems and our own natural humanemotions. Therefore, we continue to move forward with our community work on scam-awareness. To date, we have delivered over 11presentations on the Common Signs of Scams presentation to Island audiences as a public service.Through these challenging times and where possible, we continue our community service through lectures, Tips program, Twitter, Facebook and our website, anti-bullyingwork, Police Officer of the Year recognition, close cooperation with PEI police services, and other public safety initiatives. One of these successful initiatives was oursticker campaign to make our contact information more readily available to PEI citizens was a great success.Thanks to our summer student who approached hundreds of Island business to display our contact information at their entrances. Our summer student has also distributedour PEI Crime Stoppers anti-bullying posters to all Island schools.This successful initiative was to ensure Islanders have ready access to our three completely anonymous Crime Stoppers contact methods:* Mobile App for Androids and IPhone available at* Telephone 1-800-222-TIPS* Our online form at www.peicrimestoppers.comWhy do we do all that we do? This is asked by many who visit our many yearly events. It is quite simple to answer: Since Crime Stoppers started on PEI, we have receivednearly 10,557 tips, leading to over 3.2 million dollars in seized drugs and recovered property.We are pleased to offer this guide as part of this public safety effort and continue to work actively to serve PEI public safety.Yours very truly,Mark PharandPresident PEI Crime StoppersCoordinator’s MessageI am the recently appointed Provincial Coordinator for PEI Crime Stoppers and work with a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors, who areresponsible for the our organization. It is their commitment to this organization, which makes it work so well. I would like to thank ScottLundrigan, the former Coordinator, for his assistance when I began the role and for being available for questions.First, I would like to extend my thanks for the support, assistance and encouragement of the media, our community, and the provincial andmunicipal governments on PEI along with our law enforcement partners.In addition, our sponsors the Summerside Boys and Girls Club, Maritime Electric, ADL Limited, P.E.I. Mutual Life, Syntrak Printing and UnsolvedCrime Publications have been a tremendous assistance to us in providing financial support to our operation.Once again, February 2019 saw PEI Crime Stoppers partner with the English and French Language Schools Boards along with sponsors ADL,the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club and Summerside Boys and Girls Club to hold a contest to design a logo for our 2020 Pink Shirt Dayaimed at raising awareness of bullying and its negative effects.January through March in support of Pink Shirt Day, we together with the Charlottetown Islanders’ hockey club players, visited a number of schools in the English andFrench language School Board to present an anti-bullying message to the students. These visits were well received by the students and enjoyed by the players.PEI Crime Stoppers were pleased to take part in the 2019 PEI Home Show from March 8th to 10th. We had many visitors at our booth, which gave us the opportunity toexplain who we were, how our program works and outline some of our successes. Big thanks to our volunteers who staffed the booth.Throughout the year, we continued our community service work on scam awareness. Retired RCMP Chief Superintendent Randy Robar and I delivered the CommonSigns of Scams presentation as a public service to Islanders.A local summer student was hired to increase our profile in PEI. He attended a number of summertime parades and community events and visited 1,556 business locationsleaving promotional stickers on over 1,300 businesses to raise public awareness of Crime Stoppers.The number of new tips received from January 1 to December 31, 2019 was 514 tips for a total of 10,572 since PEI Crime Stoppers was incorporated in 1989.Thank you to individuals, communities, local businesses, provincial government and law enforcement agencies for your continued financial support of our operation.A special thank you to those individuals who have reached out to us with your tips. The tips do make a difference in helping us assist local law enforcement agencies tomake our Island a safer place to live and do business.We look forward to working and growing with you to make 2020 another successful year.Thank you for your support.Don RoddProvincial CoordinatorPEI Crime StoppersRemember: We want your information, not your name!www.peicrimestoppers.com7

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1-800-222-TIPSPEI Crime StoppersStatisticsSince 1989Tips Received to date. 10,613Arrests Made. 950Cases Cleared. 1,324Charges Laid. 596Fugitives Apprehended. 80Rewards Paid. 55,900Property Recovered. 1,514,996January was declared “Crime Stoppers Month”:(L-R) Allison Doughart, Vice-President Crime Stoppers PEI;Don Rodd, Provincial Coordinator Crime Stoppers PEI,;Chief Superintendent Jennifer Ebert, Commanding Officer,L Division RCMP; and Alan Harrington,President Crime Stoppers PEI.Cash Seized. 5,752Drugs Seized. 1,734,068Total Recovered. 3,254,817There are 3 ways to giveCrime Stoppers TipsAll methods are secure and ensure that your identity remains anonymous.** The Crime Stoppers online form(P3Tips: 162) offers high level security, just like online financial institutions. To protect your anonymity,TipSoft does not collect any personally identifiable informationfrom you or your computer.Remember: We want your information, not your name!www.peicrimestoppers.com9

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UNSOLVED CRIMESAnyone with information regarding any of theseUnsolved Crimes is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS)Or go to www.peicrimestoppers.comto submit a web tip or download our Mobile App.Smash and Grab Thefts from Vehicles – Mount Pleasant / West Devon .On Monday, March 2, 2020 the East Prince RCMP received several complaints that between 8:30 p.m. and 11:00p.m., vehicle side windows were smashed and items were stolen out of the vehicles. The vehicles were in theparking lots located in Mount Pleasant and West Devon. The investigation is ongoing and the Prince District RCMPare seeking the assistance of the public to report any other information that may assist. Anyone with informationis asked to call the East Prince RCMP at 1-902-436-9300 or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can provideinformation to PEI Crime Stoppers.Theft of Generator – North Carleton .East Prince RCMP are investigating the theft of a red 4500-watt Mastercraft generator which was stolen from ashed on a property situated in North Carleton. The generator was brand new with only 25 hours on it. This theftoccurred sometime between October 25, 2019 and November 8, 2019. Anyone with information is asked to callthe East Prince RCMP at 1-902-436-9300 or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can provide information toPEI Crime Stoppers.Theft of Log Splitter – McNeills Mills .East Prince RCMP are investigating a theft of a log splitter from a residence in McNeills Mills sometime duringthe night of Wednesday, November 27, 2019 and the early morning hours of Thursday, November 28, 2019. Thelog splitter is described as a red Speeco brand with a Honda motor. One of the wheels on the splitter is loose.Anyone with information is asked to call the East Prince RCMP at 1-902-436-9300 or if you wish to remainanonymous, you can provide information to PEI Crime Stoppers.Break, Enter and Theft – North Bedeque .Prince District RCMP are investigating a Break, Enter and Theft into an unoccupied residence on Route 10, NorthBedeque sometime between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Some household items werestolen (food and drinks). A witness said that a medium size dark car was seen in the driveway. Anyone withinformation is asked to call the East Prince RCMP at 1-902-436-9300 or if you wish to remain anonymous, youcan provide information to PEI Crime Stoppers.Theft of Utility Trailer - Springfield.Prince District RCMP are investigating the theft of a 5' X 7'Utility Trailer, with a ramp / gate on the back. The trailer wasremoved from a property on Route 2 in Springfieldbetween 8:00 p.m. on August 21, 2019 and 7:00 p.m. onAugust 22, 2019. The approximate value of the trailer is justunder 2,000.00. Anyone with information is asked to callthe East Prince RCMP at 1-902-436-9300 or if you wish toremain anonymous, you can provide information to PEICrime Stoppers.Remember: We want your information, not your name!www.peicrimestoppers.com13

Report anonymously via our Mobile App, seepeicrimestoppers.comfor free downloadChief Superintendent Randy Robar RCMP Ret. addressing a group of 10 Seniorsat Donagh Regional School in Donagh, PEI on the topic of Frauds and Scams.On September 28, 2019, PEI Crime Stoppers Provincial Coordinator, Scott Lundrigan, was presented with a Service Awardupon the Occasion of his retirement. (L-R) Scott Lundrigan and Alan Harrington, President of PEI Crime

UNSOLVED CRIMESAnyone with information regarding any of theseUnsolved Crimes is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS)Or go to www.peicrimestoppers.comto submit a web tip or download our Mobile App.Theft of ATV – Cardigan / Three Rivers .Sometime between the afternoon of August 7, 2019 and the morning ofAugust 8, 2019, a green Arctic Cat 500 ATV with an Ontario license platewas stolen from a residence in Cardigan. The Kings District RCMP arecurrently investigating this file and are asking for anyone with informationabout the theft of the ATV to call the Kings District RCMP at 902-687-9300.If you wish to remain anonymous, you can provide information toPEICrime Stoppers.Break, Enter & Theft at Residence - Little Pond .Kings District RCMP are investigating a report of Break and Enter to a residence in the community of Little Pond.The Break and Enter happened between the hours of 4:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Friday, May 24, 2019. Theunknown suspects left with 12-15 firearms, jewelry, money and a Toshiba laptop. Kings District RCMP are askingfor anyone with information about the Break and Enter, or the stolen items are asked to call the Kings DistrictRCMP at 902-687-9300. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can provide information to PEI Crime Stoppers.Theft of ATV - Roseneath / Three Rivers .Sometime during the evening of April 14, 2020 and the early morning of April 15, 2020, an ATV was taken froma residence in the Roseneath / Three Rivers area. The ATV has a broken front right axle. There are no otherdistinguishing features.Grey 2019 Yamaha Grizzly 700VIN: 5Y4AMH2W1KA300904PEI LP: J216If you have any information in relation to this theft, pleasecontact Kings District RCMP at 1-902-838-9300 or if you wishto remain anonymous, you can provide information to PEICrime Stoppers.Break, Enter & Theft at Warehouse - Brudnell .

and positive impact that Crime Stoppers has within our community. Thank you to Crime Stoppers for helping keep our Island communities safe and strong. A. Paul Smith, O.O.M. Chief of Police. Charlottetown Police Services Congratulations once again to PEI Crime Stoppers for continuing their good work, in producing their Annual Awareness Guide. Sin ce