Toonies for Youth Winner

Date Posted: September 10, 2019
The official cheque presentation to the winner of the Toonies for Youth draw held on Tursday the 5th of September, Rachel DesRoche. The presentation was done at the main entrance to Q93 Radion Station on Monday the 9th of September at noon hour.

L/R:  Chris Pride the afternoon on Air Personality with Q93, Earl Foster Area Canada President Ys Men International, Darcy Ellis of Boys and Girls Club of Summerside, Winner Rachel DesRoche, her husband Ryan DesRoche and their daughters Macie and Sophia and Scott Lundrigan Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers.
L/R: Chris Pride the afternoon on Air Personality with Q93, Earl Foster Area Canada President Ys Men International, Darcy Ellis of Boys and Girls Club of Summerside, Winner Rachel DesRoche, her husband Ryan DesRoche and their daughters Macie and Sophia and Scott Lundrigan Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers.

Retirement of Don Reid

Date Posted: September 5, 2019
Monday the 19th of August 2019 marked the occasion of the retirement of Don Reid from the Board of Directors of PEI Crime Stoppers after 23 years of service to the organization. Alan Harrington is presenting a Service Award to Don in recognition of his years of service to Crime Stoppers.
Pictured in front of Summerside City Hall, (L/R) Vice President PEI Crime Stoppers Allison Doughart, Past President of PEI Crime Stoppers Don Reid, President PEI Crime Stoppers Alan Harrington, Summerside Councillor Barb Ramsay, Chair of Police, Fire & Emergency.
Pictured in front of Summerside City Hall, (L/R) Vice President PEI Crime Stoppers Allison Doughart, Past President of PEI Crime Stoppers Don Reid, President PEI Crime Stoppers Alan Harrington, Summerside Councillor Barb Ramsay, Chair of Police, Fire & Emergency.

Our Summer Student - Timothy Young

Date Posted: August 14, 2019
Timothy Young is a Charlottetown native who is presently starting his second year in a Bachelors in Film and Television Degree program at Sheridan College in Ontario. He has been covering PEI from tip to tip this summer to promote PEI Crime Stoppers.

His goal was to hit every store-front business in PEI to pitch the program, and to leave one of our two sided window stickers in the windows of each business. The purpose of the program is to increase awareness of the Crime Stoppers program to all Island Communities.

With only two weeks left in his time with us Timothy has reached out to over 1500 businesses across the Island. He has also helped us distribute Anti-Bullying posters to all Island schools and has been participating in our Parade Schedule this summer as well.

Job Well Done Timothy!

Notice - Unsolved Crime Publication

Date Posted: July 19, 2019

Unsolved Crime Publications, an organization dedicated to increasing awareness and raising funds for Provincial Crime Stoppers Programs, is sponsoring another Telephone Appeal in the Province.


Funds are being raised to help publish our Annual "2020 PEI Crime Stoppers Awareness Guide" designed to increase public awareness regarding the PEI Crime Stoppers Program and highlight "Unsolved Crimes" in the province.

Businesses are being asked to purchase advertising in the Guide and private citizens are being asked to act as sponsors for this project.


A minimum donation of $20,000 will be received by PEI Crime Stoppers to continue their important Crime-Solving Programs for the benefit of all Islanders.


For further information, please contact Unsolved Crime Publications PECS Campaign Office (Toll Free) at 1-800-519-3344.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Respectfully,

2019 Police Officer of the Year Awards

Date Posted: May 14, 2019
PEI Crime Stoppers held it?EUR(TM)s annual Police Officer of the Year Awards Luncheon today at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel. An award is given to one Municipal Police Officer and one RCMP Officer each year. The officers are nominated by members of the public and by co-workers and a panel of three judges review the nominations and decide on the winners.

The award is given to officers who go that extra mile in delivering Police Services to the public, both on and off duty. Most Police Officers go to work, never expecting awards of accolades. But some do the extra things that distinguish themselves from their peers.

We were joined today by the Hon. Bloyce Thompson, Minister of Agriculture and Land, Justice and Public Safety and Attorney General for the Province of Prince Edward Island to give some Opening Remarks and present the awards.

This year the winner of the RCMP award is Cpl Nick Doyle of Prince District RCMP. Cpl. Nick DOYLE grew up in Fredericton, NB and joined the RCMP in 2008. From 2008 to 2010 Cpl. DOYLE was a general duty officer at the East Prince RCMP Detachment, from 2010-2013 Cpl. DOYLE was part of the Prince District JFO Unit, where he distinguished himself as a hard working and resourceful Investigator. From 2013 to 2018 Cpl. DOYLE was part of the Federal Investigations Unit in Charlottetown, PE, and in March of 2018 Cpl. DOYLE was promoted back to the Prince District JFO Unit. He mentors new Police Officers and is known for being a true team player.

The winner of the Municipal Police Officer of the Year was Cpl Jennifer Dirscoll of the Summerside Police Service. Cpl Driscoll Joined the Summerside Police Service. Cpl. Driscoll joined the Summerside Police Service in May of 1988. She began her career in General Patrol, followed by a three year stint in the Major Crime Unit. In 2010 Cpl Driscoll took leave and worked for 2 years for the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. She returned to Summerside Police in 2012. She has been the driving force behind several Community Initiatives. These include the Christmas Coffee Card Promotion, Kids Shop with Cops and the City?EUR(TM)s Vulnerable Persons Registry. She was promoted to Cpl. while on the watches and she is currently posted with the Major Crime Unit.
(L/R) Prov. Coordinator PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan, Chief David Poirier of the Summerside Police Service, Cpl Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service and winner of the Municipal Police Officer of the Year and Deputy Chief of the Summerside Police Service, Sinclair Walker.
(L/R) Prov. Coordinator PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan, Chief David Poirier of the Summerside Police Service, Cpl Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service and winner of the Municipal Police Officer of the Year and Deputy Chief of the Summerside Police Service, Sinclair Walker.
(L/R) Police Officer of the Year Sponsor, Maritime Electric’s Kim Griffin, Nominee Cst. Mike McGee of the Charlottetown Police Service, Winner of the Municipal Officer of the Year, Cpl Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service and Provincial Coordinator for PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan.
(L/R) Police Officer of the Year Sponsor, Maritime Electric’s Kim Griffin, Nominee Cst. Mike McGee of the Charlottetown Police Service, Winner of the Municipal Officer of the Year, Cpl Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service and Provincial Coordinator for PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan.
(L/R) Hon. Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Bloyce Thompson, Mother of Police Officer of the Year Jennifer Driscoll and Cpl Driscoll.
(L/R) Hon. Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Bloyce Thompson, Mother of Police Officer of the Year Jennifer Driscoll and Cpl Driscoll.
Winner of Municipal Police Officer of the Year, Cpl. Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service, receiving her Police officer of the Year award from the Hon. Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Bloyce Thompson.  May 13/2019 Charlottetown PE
Winner of Municipal Police Officer of the Year, Cpl. Jennifer Driscoll of the Summerside Police Service, receiving her Police officer of the Year award from the Hon. Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Bloyce Thompson. May 13/2019 Charlottetown PE
(L/R) Vice President PEI Crime Stoppers / Allison Doughart, Hon. Minister Bloyce Thompson,  Cpl. Jennifer Driscoll, President PEI Crime Stoppers, Alan Harrington.
(L/R) Vice President PEI Crime Stoppers / Allison Doughart, Hon. Minister Bloyce Thompson, Cpl. Jennifer Driscoll, President PEI Crime Stoppers, Alan Harrington.

Cindy MacDougall retires from the Board of Directors for PEI Crime Stoppers

Date Posted: March 21, 2019
Cindy MacDougall retires from the Board of Directors for PEI Crime Stoppers after 3yrs service to the organization. Cindy was presented with a Service Award for her service to PEI Crime Stoppers. During Cindy's time with Crime Stoppers she served as Secretary, on the Education Committee and was always front and center for any activity we had planned. (L-R) Norbert Stewart , Secretary PEI Crime Stoppers, Cindy MacDougall Retiring Board Member PEI Crime Stoppers and Prov. Coordinator Scott Lundrigan.
Cindy MacDougall retires from the Board of Directors for PEI Crime Stoppers after 3yrs service to the organization. Cindy was presented with a Service Award for her service to PEI Crime Stoppers. During Cindy's time with Crime Stoppers she served as Secretary, on the Education Committee and was always front and center for any activity we had planned. (L-R) Norbert Stewart , Secretary PEI Crime Stoppers, Cindy MacDougall Retiring Board Member PEI Crime Stoppers and Prov. Coordinator Scott Lundrigan.

PEI On the Move Show

Date Posted: March 12, 2019
Board Members Katie Campbell and Mark Pharand tend our booth at the PEI On the Move Show at the Eastlink Center.  They chatted up the attendees, handed out promotional items and educated people on what it is Crime Stoppers does on PEI. The Leisure and Home Show runs from the 8th thru the 10th of March 2019.  Crime Stoppers PEI wishes to thank Master Promotions. For years they have  kindly donated this booth to Crime Stoppers to allow us to promote our program in the community.
Board Members Katie Campbell and Mark Pharand tend our booth at the PEI On the Move Show at the Eastlink Center. They chatted up the attendees, handed out promotional items and educated people on what it is Crime Stoppers does on PEI. The Leisure and Home Show runs from the 8th thru the 10th of March 2019. Crime Stoppers PEI wishes to thank Master Promotions. For years they have kindly donated this booth to Crime Stoppers to allow us to promote our program in the community.
Board Members Christina Keen and Don Reid man our booth at the PEI On the Move Trade Show.
Board Members Christina Keen and Don Reid man our booth at the PEI On the Move Trade Show.
(L-R)  Board Members Norbert Stewart, Don Reid and John McAleer manning the Crime Stoppers booth at the PEI On the Move Show Sunday the 10th of March 2019
(L-R) Board Members Norbert Stewart, Don Reid and John McAleer manning the Crime Stoppers booth at the PEI On the Move Show Sunday the 10th of March 2019
Board Member Don Reid presents the $50.00 Super Store Card to Audrey Cudmore of Hampshire PE. The care was offered as a door-prize to anyone willing to fill out a ballot at our table during the three days of the show.
Board Member Don Reid presents the $50.00 Super Store Card to Audrey Cudmore of Hampshire PE. The care was offered as a door-prize to anyone willing to fill out a ballot at our table during the three days of the show.

Pink Shirt Design Winners

Date Posted: March 7, 2019
The employees of Westjet show off their Pink Pride on the 27th of February at the Charlottetown Airport. Thank-You ladies for your support of this worth while project!
The employees of Westjet show off their Pink Pride on the 27th of February at the Charlottetown Airport. Thank-You ladies for your support of this worth while project!
Provincial Coordinator pictured with a grade 7 student at Ecole Sur Mur in Summerside, Brooklyn Blouin. Brooklyn is holding a poster that she designed as part of the Pink Shirt Design Contest. The judges realized that the poster was too detailed to put on a shirt, but felt it accurately expressed one of the many ways Bullying can marginalize some students in their own school.  The poster has been re-produced by Crime Stoppers and will be circulated to as many schools as possible.  Brooklyn was also presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for assisting Crime Stoppers in promoting the elimination of Bullying in Island Schools.
Provincial Coordinator pictured with a grade 7 student at Ecole Sur Mur in Summerside, Brooklyn Blouin. Brooklyn is holding a poster that she designed as part of the Pink Shirt Design Contest. The judges realized that the poster was too detailed to put on a shirt, but felt it accurately expressed one of the many ways Bullying can marginalize some students in their own school. The poster has been re-produced by Crime Stoppers and will be circulated to as many schools as possible. Brooklyn was also presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for assisting Crime Stoppers in promoting the elimination of Bullying in Island Schools.
Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers is pictured here with the runner up winner in the 2019 Pink Shirt Design Contest.  Leah Wood is a grade 9 student at Englewood School and was presented with a hockey stick signed by all the members of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club. The Charlottetown Islanders Hockey club also support Crime Stoppers with their Anti-Bullying presentations in schools all across the Island.  Members of the team travel to schools and speak to grades 7 to 9 on Bullying with the Provincial Coordinator.  The Islanders Hockey club also provide enough student passes for the entire student body of each school visited to attend one of their games.
Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers is pictured here with the runner up winner in the 2019 Pink Shirt Design Contest. Leah Wood is a grade 9 student at Englewood School and was presented with a hockey stick signed by all the members of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club. The Charlottetown Islanders Hockey club also support Crime Stoppers with their Anti-Bullying presentations in schools all across the Island. Members of the team travel to schools and speak to grades 7 to 9 on Bullying with the Provincial Coordinator. The Islanders Hockey club also provide enough student passes for the entire student body of each school visited to attend one of their games.
Jackson Arsenault, a grade 7 student at Ecole Evangeline, is the Pink Shirt Design winner for the 2020 Pink Shirt. Pictured here with the Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers in PEI,  Scott Lundrigan.  Jackson could pick between a new tablet or a cash prize. Jackson chose to receive the $500.00 cheque, funding for which was supplied by ADL.  Crime Stoppers wishes to thank ADL and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey club for their continued support of this shirt design contest.
Jackson Arsenault, a grade 7 student at Ecole Evangeline, is the Pink Shirt Design winner for the 2020 Pink Shirt. Pictured here with the Provincial Coordinator for Crime Stoppers in PEI, Scott Lundrigan. Jackson could pick between a new tablet or a cash prize. Jackson chose to receive the $500.00 cheque, funding for which was supplied by ADL. Crime Stoppers wishes to thank ADL and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey club for their continued support of this shirt design contest.

Anti-Bully presentation at East Wiltshire

Date Posted: March 6, 2019
Charlottetown Islanders player, Thomas Casey (center) with all the grade 7 students at East Wiltshire School after presenting on Anti-Bullying.  Just over 200 students in attendance. After the visit the students were treated to chocolate milk treats by ADL and the Islanders Hockey Club provided free passes to all the students in the school for one of two games in March.  They were an engaged group with lots of questions.
Charlottetown Islanders player, Thomas Casey (center) with all the grade 7 students at East Wiltshire School after presenting on Anti-Bullying. Just over 200 students in attendance. After the visit the students were treated to chocolate milk treats by ADL and the Islanders Hockey Club provided free passes to all the students in the school for one of two games in March. They were an engaged group with lots of questions.
Thomas Casey with some grade 7 students and staff after the Anti-Bully presentation at East Wiltshire Intermediate on the 5th of March 2019.
Thomas Casey with some grade 7 students and staff after the Anti-Bully presentation at East Wiltshire Intermediate on the 5th of March 2019.
(L-R)  Principal Windsor Wight, Thomas Casey and Counsellor Robbie McEntee at East Wiltshire Intermediate after Anti-Bullying presentation.
(L-R) Principal Windsor Wight, Thomas Casey and Counsellor Robbie McEntee at East Wiltshire Intermediate after Anti-Bullying presentation.

Pink Pride - in support of Pink Shirt Day 2019

Date Posted: March 6, 2019
ADL Water Street show their “Pink Pride” in support of Pink Shirt Day 2019.
ADL Water Street show their “Pink Pride” in support of Pink Shirt Day 2019.
Not to be outdone by Water Street ADL, the team at ADL Foods wanted to show their support for Pink Shirt day too!
Not to be outdone by Water Street ADL, the team at ADL Foods wanted to show their support for Pink Shirt day too!
And ADL West Royalty weighed in on Pink Shirt day as well.  Congrats to all ADL employees that supported this program this year and in years past!  ADL not only has great employee support in this program, but they furnished the $500.00 cash first place prize money, won by Evangeline Student Jackson Arsenault.  They also provided free chocolate milk treats to hundreds of students that attended our Anti-Bullying presentations at Island schools with members of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club. The Islanders Hockey club furnished the second place winner of the shirt design contest with a hockey stick signed by all the Islander Players.
And ADL West Royalty weighed in on Pink Shirt day as well. Congrats to all ADL employees that supported this program this year and in years past! ADL not only has great employee support in this program, but they furnished the $500.00 cash first place prize money, won by Evangeline Student Jackson Arsenault. They also provided free chocolate milk treats to hundreds of students that attended our Anti-Bullying presentations at Island schools with members of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club. The Islanders Hockey club furnished the second place winner of the shirt design contest with a hockey stick signed by all the Islander Players.
Experience Hyundai in Charlottetown show their Pink Pride again in 2019!  Many thanks to Adam Ramsay for making this happen.
Experience Hyundai in Charlottetown show their Pink Pride again in 2019! Many thanks to Adam Ramsay for making this happen.
Subaru of Charlottetown got on board with their sister dealership at Experience Hyundai to show their Pink Pride as well.
Subaru of Charlottetown got on board with their sister dealership at Experience Hyundai to show their Pink Pride as well.
And Discover Kia in Charlottetown wish to out-do their sister dealerships at Hyundai and Subaru with a secret weapon on Pink Shirt Day
And Discover Kia in Charlottetown wish to out-do their sister dealerships at Hyundai and Subaru with a secret weapon on Pink Shirt Day
Meet Kia’s Secret Weapon, “Mowgli” the Pink Shirt Mascot for Kia Charlottetown!  Well done to all the dealerships for supporting 2019 Pink Shirt Campaign.  Mowgli is a winner, but the entire Pink Shirt Campaign is the real winner.
Meet Kia’s Secret Weapon, “Mowgli” the Pink Shirt Mascot for Kia Charlottetown! Well done to all the dealerships for supporting 2019 Pink Shirt Campaign. Mowgli is a winner, but the entire Pink Shirt Campaign is the real winner.

Anti-Bullying Campaign at Montague Intermediate

Date Posted: February 14, 2019
(L-R) Isaak Pelletier, PEI CS Provincial Coordinator Scott Lundrigan and Liam Peyton at Montague Intermediate prior to Anti Bullying Presentation to Grade 7s.   11th Feb 2019.
(L-R) Isaak Pelletier, PEI CS Provincial Coordinator Scott Lundrigan and Liam Peyton at Montague Intermediate prior to Anti Bullying Presentation to Grade 7s. 11th Feb 2019.
(L-R)  Isaak Pelletier and Liam Peyton of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club prior to Anti-Bullying Campaign at Montague Intermediate Grade 7s.   11th Feb 2019.
(L-R) Isaak Pelletier and Liam Peyton of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club prior to Anti-Bullying Campaign at Montague Intermediate Grade 7s. 11th Feb 2019.
(L-R)  Isaak Pelletier and Liam Peyton of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club with Montague Intermediate Grade 7 students after Anti-Bullying Presentation on 11 Feb 2019.   Several aspiring NHL prospects pump the pair for advice on how to get where they are. Although a young group, they were well versed in the sport and what they needed to do to get ahead.
(L-R) Isaak Pelletier and Liam Peyton of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club with Montague Intermediate Grade 7 students after Anti-Bullying Presentation on 11 Feb 2019. Several aspiring NHL prospects pump the pair for advice on how to get where they are. Although a young group, they were well versed in the sport and what they needed to do to get ahead.

Cardigan Consolidated - Anti-Bullying Campaign

Date Posted: February 14, 2019
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders with the Grade 6 class of Cardigan Consolidated 12 Feb 2019 after a Bullying presentation.
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders with the Grade 6 class of Cardigan Consolidated 12 Feb 2019 after a Bullying presentation.
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey team with the smallest member of the Grade Six class of Cardigan Consolidated, 12 Feb 2019.
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey team with the smallest member of the Grade Six class of Cardigan Consolidated, 12 Feb 2019.
(L-R)  Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club at Cardigan Elementary to speak to the entire school about Bullying, setting goals and never giving up on their dreams.  12th Feb 2019.
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club at Cardigan Elementary to speak to the entire school about Bullying, setting goals and never giving up on their dreams. 12th Feb 2019.
(L-R)  Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders sign autographs for the students of Cardigan Consolidated after their presentation 12 Feb 2019.
(L-R) Cole Edwards and Jordan Maher of the Charlottetown Islanders sign autographs for the students of Cardigan Consolidated after their presentation 12 Feb 2019.

Administrator of the Year from Basketball PEI

Date Posted: February 12, 2019
(Center) President PEI Crime Stoppers, Alan Harrington, pictured receiving a Certificate of Achievement for being the Administrator of the Year from Basketball PEI. Alan , and his wife are active coaches in Basketball PEI. Pictured (L-R) Marketing Manager for ADL, Jamie MacPhail and V.P. Basketball PEI, Brian Chambers. Award presented January 5th 2019.

Fraud Proofing presentation

Date Posted: February 12, 2019
(L-R) RCMP Chief Superintendent (ret.) Randy Robar and Provincial Coordinator Scott Lundrigan doing a Fraud Proofing presentation to approximately 40 Seniors at the Cornwall Recreation Center.  Jan 29 / 2019
(L-R) RCMP Chief Superintendent (ret.) Randy Robar and Provincial Coordinator Scott Lundrigan doing a Fraud Proofing presentation to approximately 40 Seniors at the Cornwall Recreation Center. Jan 29 / 2019

Queen Charlotte Intermediate - Anti-Bullying presentation

Date Posted: February 12, 2019
(L-R) Prov. Coordinator Scott Lundrigan, Lukas Cormier and Xavier Bernard of the Charlottetown Islanders at Queen Charlotte Intermediate doing Anti-Bullying presentation to Grade 7s. Jan 29 / 2019.
(L-R) Prov. Coordinator Scott Lundrigan, Lukas Cormier and Xavier Bernard of the Charlottetown Islanders at Queen Charlotte Intermediate doing Anti-Bullying presentation to Grade 7s. Jan 29 / 2019.
(L-R) Lukas Cormier and Xavier Bernard with Grade 7 Students at Queen Charlotte Intermediate just after Anti-Bullying presentation.  Jan 29/ 2019.
(L-R) Lukas Cormier and Xavier Bernard with Grade 7 Students at Queen Charlotte Intermediate just after Anti-Bullying presentation. Jan 29/ 2019.
Xavier Bernard and Lukas Cormier with two Grade Seven Students who presented a Thank-You gift to the players for presenting on the topic of Anti Bullying.  Queen Charlotte Intermediate 29 Jan 2019.
Xavier Bernard and Lukas Cormier with two Grade Seven Students who presented a Thank-You gift to the players for presenting on the topic of Anti Bullying. Queen Charlotte Intermediate 29 Jan 2019.

Toonies for Youth Winner

Date Posted: January 29, 2019
(CENTER) Daren Dixon receives his cheque for $51,016.00 for winning the Toonies for Youth 50/50 draw on December 18th 2018. The Toonies for Youth draw supports the Youth Action Center at the Boys and Girls Club Summerside, Charlottetown Y?EUR(TM)s Men?EUR(TM)s Club, Charlottetown Knights of Columbus and PEI Crime Stoppers.
Pictured (L-R)  Blair Cutcliffe, President Charlottetown  Y’s Men’s Club, Don Martin,  Grand Knight Charlottetown Y’s Mens’s Club, Winner Daren Dixon,  Alan Harrington, President PEI Crime Stoppers and Scott Lundrigan, Provincial Coordinator PEI Crime Stoppers.
Pictured (L-R) Blair Cutcliffe, President Charlottetown Y’s Men’s Club, Don Martin, Grand Knight Charlottetown Y’s Mens’s Club, Winner Daren Dixon, Alan Harrington, President PEI Crime Stoppers and Scott Lundrigan, Provincial Coordinator PEI Crime Stoppers.

January is Crime Stoppers Month in Prince Edward Island

Date Posted: January 29, 2019
Hon. Jordan Brown (center), Minister of Justice and Public Safety for PEI signs declaration signifying January as Crime Stoppers Month in Prince Edward Island.
January 7th 2019
Attending ceremony with Minister Brown (Center),  (L-R) Commanding Officer of RCMP in Prince Edward Island, Chief Superintendent Jennifer Ebert, VP PEI Crime Stoppers, Allison Doughart, Provincial Coordinator for PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan and President of PEI Crime Stoppers, Alan Harrington.
Attending ceremony with Minister Brown (Center), (L-R) Commanding Officer of RCMP in Prince Edward Island, Chief Superintendent Jennifer Ebert, VP PEI Crime Stoppers, Allison Doughart, Provincial Coordinator for PEI Crime Stoppers, Scott Lundrigan and President of PEI Crime Stoppers, Alan Harrington.

Bullying Presentation at Bloomfield School

Date Posted: January 29, 2019
L-R  Isaac Pelletier and Alexander Dersch with Grade 6 Students of Bloomfield Elementary speaking on Bullying, setting goals, hard work and perseverance.  January 28, 2019.
L-R Isaac Pelletier and Alexander Dersch with Grade 6 Students of Bloomfield Elementary speaking on Bullying, setting goals, hard work and perseverance. January 28, 2019.
Islanders Hockey Player Alexander Dresch chats German speaking Mother and Son at Bullying Presentation at Bloomfield School 28th January 2019.
Islanders Hockey Player Alexander Dresch chats German speaking Mother and Son at Bullying Presentation at Bloomfield School 28th January 2019.

Merry Christmas

Date Posted: December 24, 2018
On Behalf of the Board of Directors of PEI Crime Stoppers I wish to extend a sincere wish for a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year to all the regular followers of our Facebook Page and Web Site. Without your participation in our program we would be unable to continue to provide the information to our local Policing Partners to help them combat crime on our Island.


Thank-You: Scott Lundrigan
Provincial Coordinator
PEI Crime Stoppers

Souris Christmas Parade

Date Posted: December 13, 2018
December 1st 2018. Board Members (L-R) Derek Nicholson and Norbert Stewart were a hit with the crowd, young and old alike with the Crowd at the Souris Christmas Parade.
December 1st 2018. Board Members (L-R) Derek Nicholson and Norbert Stewart were a hit with the crowd, young and old alike with the Crowd at the Souris Christmas Parade.
Board Members (L-R) Cindy MacDougall and Don Reid, prepping for the Kensington Christmas Parade on the 2nd of December 2018.  The lights, Grinchy Music and our two Board members were a hit with children and adults alike.
Board Members (L-R) Cindy MacDougall and Don Reid, prepping for the Kensington Christmas Parade on the 2nd of December 2018. The lights, Grinchy Music and our two Board members were a hit with children and adults alike.

Anti-Bullying Campaign

Date Posted: November 30, 2018
Students Grades 6 – 12 Ecole Pierre Chiasson Nov. 27 / 2018 with (L-R) Xavier Fortin & Zac Beauregard in support of this Year’s Anti-Bullying Talks by Crime Stoppers and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club.
Students Grades 6 – 12 Ecole Pierre Chiasson Nov. 27 / 2018 with (L-R) Xavier Fortin & Zac Beauregard in support of this Year’s Anti-Bullying Talks by Crime Stoppers and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club.
Nov 27 / 2018 Ecole Pierre Chiasson Autographs with Xavier Fortin and Zac Beauregard of this Year’s Anti-Bullying talks with Crime Stoppers and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club.
Nov 27 / 2018 Ecole Pierre Chiasson Autographs with Xavier Fortin and Zac Beauregard of this Year’s Anti-Bullying talks with Crime Stoppers and the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club.
Students of Georgetown Elementary Nov 28th / 2018 with (L-R) Cole Edwards & Will Sirman of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club in support of this Year’s Anti-Bullying Campaign.
Students of Georgetown Elementary Nov 28th / 2018 with (L-R) Cole Edwards & Will Sirman of the Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Club in support of this Year’s Anti-Bullying Campaign.

2018 Christmas Parade

Date Posted: November 30, 2018
Nov. 2018 Charlottetown Christmas Parade. Left to right, Board Member Christina Keen and John McAleer.