Have you stopped a crime?

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This past year integrated marketing communication graduate students created strategic  plans for Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers and media relations plans for the Ontario Crime Stoppers Association.  To top off a successful year, the students were invited to present a summary of the plans at the provincial association’s annual training conference in June.

Graduates Marc Heroux and Clare Harper will be featured presenters at the conference to be held at Conestoga College on June 10.

In the lead up to the conference, Marc and Clare had their photos taken by Conestoga Technologist Chris Martin for an advertisement that will appear in the conference program handbook. The display behind the students is one sample of artwork conceived by the students as part of their plans.

The conference will be attended by 38 chapters of Crime Stoppers from across the province.

Community Partnership – Regional Police & IMC

IMC students joined the fight to stop crime this year when they worked on marketing communications plans for Waterloo Region Crime Stoppers and then created media kits for the Ontario Association’s provincial conference being held this June in Kitchener.

Their efforts were recognized recently by the Waterloo Region Crime Stoppers volunteer Board of Directors.

Students will present their ‘tips for promoting tips’ to Crime Stoppers as one of the conference highlights. The conference is attended by 38 chapters of Crime Stoppers from across Ontario.