Media Releases

Media Releases

Breaking Bad Habits Campaign

Crime Stoppers is encouraging Victorians to break bad habits formed during Covid lockdown, with a clear message to ‘Lock it or Lose it.’ Crime Stoppers is partnering with Victoria Police to encourage everyone to practice good safety habits in a new campaign to prevent theft. Crime Stoppers is launching ‘Breaking …

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Being Careless Could Make You Carless

Crime Stoppers Victoria is reminding the Ballarat community that being careless could lead to being carless. With the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions and more Victorians heading back on our roads, police are hoping this won’t lead to a resurgence in car theft. Crime Stoppers will launch ‘Being Careless Could Make …

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Call it Out Campaign

CRIME STOPPERS IS ENCOURAGING THE SUNRAYSIA COMMUNITY  TO CALL OUT AND REPORT SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOUR  Crime Stoppers Victoria with Victoria Police are encouraging the Sunraysia community to report suspicious or criminal activity with the launch of the ‘Call it Out’ campaign.  Crime Stoppers’ ‘Call it Out’ campaign will be launched with Victoria Police on Thursday, 17 September 2020.  Chief Executive of Crime Stoppers Victoria, Stella Smith and Victoria Police, Superintendent …

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Safeguard Your Community Campaign

CRIME STOPPERS IS ENCOURAGING VICTORIANS TO SAFEGUARD THEIR COMMUNITY AND REPORT SUSPICIOUS BURGLARY ACTIVITY IN THE CITY OF GREATER GEELONG Crime Stoppers Victoria is encouraging people to ‘safeguard their community’ by reporting criminals involved in suspicious burglary activity. The Crime Stoppers’ campaign ‘Safeguard your community’ will be launched with Victoria …

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Crime Stoppers Victoria acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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