Fraud Prevention Month in Toronto

Toronto, do you destroy your data properly?

The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA), OPP led Serious Fraud Office and Toronto Police Service are partnering to educate students on the importance of data security as well as providing the opportunity to shred your Unwanted electronics for FREE.

What:  The ERA will be at the school to destroy your hard drives and collect your unwanted electronics for free.  This includes your cell phones with the battery removed. Officers from the OPP Serious Fraud Office, Toronto Police Service, and members of the ERA will provide valuable information to students on data safety and fraud prevention.

When:  March 9, 2020

Time: 12.15 pm (One-Hour)

Where:  St. Fidelis Catholic School

Why:  To educate students on the importance of data security and provide collection and destruction of your unwanted electronics.

We would like to thank the OPP led Serious Fraud Office and Toronto Police Service for teaming up with us for this important event.

On the day we will be collecting your unwanted electronics too. The following devices are what we accept: 

Consumer Electronics (gaming consoles, iPods and mp3 players, stereo equipment, etc)

Desktop Computers (PC & Mac, monitors, parts, motherboards, etc)

Handheld devices (smartphones, cell phones, tablets, etc)

Laptops (PC & Mac, docking stations, parts, cables, etc)

Printers (Inkjet & Laserjet, plotters, copiers, scanners, fax machines, etc)

Peripherals (keyboards, mice, CD/DVD ROMs, cards, accessories, etc)

Phone Systems

Racks and miscellaneous (Server racks, lab equipment, disk arrays, etc)

Servers (Rackmount, stand-alone, all brands, etc)

Software (operating system, editing, design, etc)

Specialty items (Cisco networking, switches, routers, etc)