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We are very happy and proud, André and I, to be at the head of this wonderful organization made up of a team of dynamic volunteer managers. Founded in 1987 by businessman Alex Harper and the then director of the Police Service, Rolland Bourget, Info-Crime Montréal added an essential tool for police officers and citizens and at the same time increased the feeling of Montreal security.

I am happy to be able to share with you some of my memories of our organization.

When I approached the Director of the Montreal Police Service, the late Roland Bourget, in 1986, with the idea of creating a « crime-stoppers » program within the Montreal Urban Community, it never occurred to me that it would last for so long.

Executive board

André Drolet

André Drolet

Chairman of the Board

(Retired GRC/RCMP)

Directeur développement des affaires
MARQUAGE ANTIVOL SHERLOCK INC.

Jean Touchette

Jean Touchette

President & General Manager

President
GESTION & COMMUNICATION JT 360 INC.

Aldo Arcaro

Aldo Arcaro

Vice President

President - Damages Insurance Consultant
VALORI INC.

Shirlane Day

Shirlane Day

2nd Vice President

Directrice générale
INSTITUT PACIFIQUE

Alex Harper

Alex Harper

Secretary

President
ANCHOR-HARPER PUBLICATIONS INC.

 

Frank Trombino, CPA auditor, CA

Frank Trombino, CPA auditor, CA

Treasurer

FRANK TROMBINO CPA

Directors

Me Serge Amar

Me Serge Amar

Lawyer
GOLWING WLG

Myriam Bélanger

Myriam Bélanger

Expert en sinistre / Directrice Services technique – Indemnisation
INTACT ASSURANCE

Simon Bédard

Simon Bédard

Vice-président Opérations d'assurance
PROMUTUEL

Jenny Charest

Jenny Charest

Directrice générale
CAVAC de Montréal

Simon Gagné

Simon Gagné

Directeur indemnisation - Risque spécialisés automobile
LA CAPITALE ASSURANCE GÉNÉRALE INC.

Sophie Gravel

Sophie Gravel

Director, Monitoring Center Canada
ADT Canada

Jean-François Hétu

Jean-François Hétu

Directeur principal, Relations d’affaires à l’Indemnisation | Indemnisation spécialisée
AVIVA

Jacques Lamontagne

Jacques Lamontagne

Investigator
BUREAU D'ASSURANCE DU CANADA

Olivier Lapointe

Olivier Lapointe

Directeur principal Développement
CAISSE DESJARDINS DES POLICIERS ET POLICIÈRES

Freddy Marcantonio

Freddy Marcantonio

Freddy Marcantonio - Vice President
Business and Distribution Development
TAG

Véronik Ménard

Véronik Ménard

Director, Corporate Financing
BANQUE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DU CANADA - BDC

What is Info-Crime?

Info-Crime Montreal encourages citizens to fight against crime by calling anonymously 514-393-1133 to report any criminal act.

A reward up to $2,000 is given anonymously to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of a suspect.

Info-Crime Montreal is a program in partnership with the City of Montreal, which requires the participation of the general public, the media and the police.

History

The Info-Crime program (known as « CrimeStoppers » elsewhere in North America) has been set up in more than 1,200 cities in several countries, with more than 25 being in Canada (including Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Calgary and Hamilton-Wentworth).

Having proven itself in communities where it had been set up, this program inspired The Montreal Board of Trade (now Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal) to propose establishing such a progarm within the terrritory of the Montreal Urban Community.

The origins of Info-Crime Montreal

In December 1986, The Montreal Board of Trade and the Police Department of the Montreal Urban Community (now the Police Department of the City of Montreal – SPVM) agreed to jointly develop the Info-Crime program which resulted in the program being established in the Montreal Urban Community (MUC) in the year 1987.

What is Info-Crime?

Info-Crime Montreal encourages citizens to fight against crime by calling anonymously 514-393-1133 to report any criminal act.

A reward up to $2,000 is given anonymously to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of a suspect.

Info-Crime Montreal is a program in partnership with the City of Montreal, which requires the participation of the general public, the media and the police.

History

The Info-Crime program (known as « CrimeStoppers » elsewhere in North America) has been set up in more than 1,200 cities in several countries, with more than 25 being in Canada (including Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Calgary and Hamilton-Wentworth).

Having proven itself in communities where it had been set up, this program inspired The Montreal Board of Trade (now Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal) to propose establishing such a progarm within the terrritory of the Montreal Urban Community.

The origins of Info-Crime Montreal

In December 1986, The Montreal Board of Trade and the Police Department of the Montreal Urban Community (now the Police Department of the City of Montreal – SPVM) agreed to jointly develop the Info-Crime program which resulted in the program being established in the Montreal Urban Community (MUC) in the year 1987.