Cobourg Police Service – Online Reporting and Crime Stoppers Help Police Address Safety Concerns

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Cobourg Police Service (CPS) is reinforcing the importance of community involvement in crime prevention and resolution, encouraging residents to report non-emergency crime online,
by phone, or anonymously through Peterborough & Northumberland Crime Stoppers (Crime Stoppers).

We encourage community members to report suspicious activity and crime, whether big or small. To ensure that reports are addressed promptly and appropriately, we ask that residents not report over social media or email but access the established channels for reporting crime.

“Everyone has a role to play in creating a safer community. We always appreciate residents’ time and effort to report crime and information about criminal activity to the police,” says Detective Randall Curr. “Ensuring you report through the proper channels allows us to collect the appropriate information for follow-up and investigations. Crime Stoppers provides a confidential way for individuals to report information about crimes, which is crucial for keeping our neighbourhoods safe.”

How to Report Non-Emergency Crime or Information
Please do not report over social media or email. Report non-emergency crimes to CPS online or by phone.

• Visit cobourgpoliceservice.com/online-reporting to complete an online report.

• Phone: 905-372-6821.

Crime Stoppers is dedicated to assisting law enforcement agencies in solving crimes through anonymous tips.

Crime Stoppers provides an anonymous way for residents to report crime or information about criminal activities. Tips received through Crime Stoppers may be eligible for a cash reward.

How to Report to Crime Stoppers:

• Call: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or (705) 745-9000. Calls are never recorded or traced.

• Online: Submit a tip securely and discreetly through the official website at www.stopcrimehere.ca.

• App: Download the “P3” crime reporting app for iOS and Android smartphones for an easy and accessible reporting option.

If you are in an emergency or witness a crime in progress, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

Pete Fisher
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