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 of the Regina Police Services and their contribution to a record setting year for Crime Stoppers tips (1,088) in 2016.

Crime Stoppers President Laurie Norman provides a hearty thanks for front line officers for their support.

Crime Stoppers President Laurie Norman provides a hearty thanks for front line officers for their support.

Beginning Jan. 10 and continuing each Tuesday for the remainder of the month, Regina Crime Stoppers President Laurie Norman, joined by members of the Board, shared the achievements of the Regina Crime Stoppers program with officers on shift change.

Without the support of RPS officers who investigate anonymous tips and effectively follow up crimes, the spectacular growth in the program — with a 40% increase in tips since 2013 — simply would not be possible.  Sharing the stats is our way of telling these valued officers that their support for Crime Stoppers improved community safety every day.

 

We thank Cobs Bread and Tim Horton’s for their generous support of our meet & greet evenings with Regina Police Service.  The coffee and treats were a great way to warm up a cold January evening for officers before their shifts.

Thanks again to the men and women of Regina Police Service!