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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – After 31 years of operation, the Northeast B.C. Crime Stoppers society will be closing at the end of the month, October 31st.

The last few years have brought changes to the Crime Stoppers community locally, provincially, and nationally. With volunteer numbers in communities shrinking, including in Northeast B.C., crime-stopping programs have begun to regionalize to cover larger areas.

After careful consideration, the Northeast B.C. Crime Stoppers society board reached out to the Prince George Crime Stoppers program and, after October 31st, Prince George will be receiving and spearing TIPS that are generated locally to the respective law enforcement agencies.

For more information about Crime Stoppers and the Prince George society, you can view their website.

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