Topic: News

1,192 Thank Yous! Another Record Year for Regina Crime Stoppers is in the books.

Regina Crime Stoppers is breaking uncharted ground in ensuring we live in a safer and more responsible community – that’s the message from the organization’s record-breaking increase in the number of tips received in 2017. The community based non-profit organization celebrated another record-setting year in 2017, receiving 1,192 tips, a 9.6 percent increase over 2016,… Read more

K9 Merlot wins over hearts at Leaders Creating Future Leaders event

Sometimes a day that’s “going to the dogs” turns out to be an awesome day after all.  That’s what the kids attending the latest “Leaders Creating Future Leaders” event found out on October 29 at the Regina Police Service. The kick-off event of the new season included a pizza lunch, a speech from Superintendent Darcy… Read more

Fore! Another Charity Golf Classic is in the books!

Take a beautiful Saskatchewan afternoon, add in 130 golfers, sprinkle in a pile of generosity, a few laughs and what do you get?  Another Regina Crime Stoppers charity golf classic. The Regina community came out in full force to show their support our biggest fundraiser, and an event which makes possible our annual programming. Thanks… Read more

Regina Crime Stoppers hit the RPS showcase!

The Regina Police Services Showcase held on Thursday, May 18th always provides an outstanding opportunity for the Police and affiliated agencies to reach out to school children, new Canadians, and all members of the public to show how it supports and keeps the community safe. Members of the Regina Crime Stoppers were there in full… Read more

The Future Leaders visit the Legislature!

For the children involved in the Leaders Creating Future Leaders program, it was more than just a getting a visit and a talk from the principal. It was more like seeing and hearing from the principal’s principal! Education Minister and Deputy Premier Don Morgan was the  guest speaker at the April Leaders Creating Future Leaders… Read more

Register now! The 2017 Crime Stoppers Charity Golf Classic is here!

Is there any better way to spend a Saskatchewan summer day than on the beautiful links with friends AND supporting a great cause? We are once again pleased to welcome you and/or your organization to participate in the Cornwall Centre 2017 Regina Crime Stoppers Charity Golf Classic.  This year’s event will be held at the… Read more

Visit with Mayor, City Hall tour, hi-lites for Leaders event

Running a city gets right down to the basic of life — the safety of water we drink, the removal of snow from city streets, and the green grass which colors our public parks. That was the message from Regina Mayor Michael Fougere to the March meeting of the Leaders Creating Future Leaders initiative.  Conexus… Read more

Regina Crime Stoppers at RODS community fair

Uprooting yourself and your family to move halfway across to the world to Saskatchewan is a daunting proposition. Immigrants and refugees often face adapting to a new language, some unusual and ever-changing weather and building a new social circle.   Just as important is learning what community supports are available to make that transition as… Read more

Baptiste shows next generation of young leaders the way

The stunning and beautiful backdrop of First Nations University served as site for February’s “Leaders Creating Future Leaders” event, featuring Cherise Jean Baptiste. The Feb. 28 luncheon saw Baptiste, the 2016 Most Outstanding University of Regina Young Alumni winner, use the analogy that “education is new buffalo”, allowing the next generation to pursue their dreams… Read more

Police Appreciation Event During Crime Stoppers Awareness Month

Meet & Greet at Regina Police Service Sometimes showing genuine appreciation for a job well done is as simple as a coffee, treat and a few heartfelt words of  thanks. In recognition of Crime Stoppers Awarness month, members of Regina Crime Stoppers Board of Directors showed their appreciation and recognized the support of front line officers… Read more