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Police warn of fraud attempts on students

Waterloo Regional Police issued a warning to local college and university students after an increase in email fraud targeting students.

Police wrap up holiday R.I.D.E program with over 10K stops

Waterloo Regional Police checked 10,734 vehicles during the holiday R.I.D.E. program, which wrapped up January 4. Police held 44...

Waterloo Regional Police deputy chief to retire

Waterloo Regional Police will soon launch a search for a new deputy chief to replace Kevin Thaler, who last month announced he plans...

Regional police receive provincial grant for RIDE program

Waterloo Regional Police Service will receive $43,622 in funding through the province’s Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) grant to help detect impaired drivers and...
Crime Stoppers: Waterloo Region

Christmas Message

On behalf of Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers, we would like to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and a safe and prosperous New Year.

With the Holiday Season in full swing, Crime Stoppers would like to remind community members to remain vigilant when they are shopping. Lock your vehicles and hide or remove any valuable items to prevent thieves from stealing them.  Simply securing your vehicle and putting valuables out of sight will make it more difficult for would-be thieves to steal your vehicle or contents.

The festive season is a time of celebration. Be responsible – don’t drink and drive.

It is our wish that 2020 brings good health, happiness and safety for everyone in the community.

Merry Christmas from Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers.

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