Media Releases

Media Releases

Crime Stoppers Victoria Puts a Spotlight on Farm Crime

Crime Stoppers Victoria is urging farmers and rural property owners across the stateto speak up about theft on farms. Launched today, in partnership with Victoria Police, the new campaign Putting a Spotlight onFarm Crime aims to increase farm crime reported in Victoria, whether it’s stolen livestock,harvested animals, firearms, equipment, tools, …

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Vision Australia Radio and Crime Stoppers Victoria Partner to Keep Our Community Safe

Vision Australia Radio and Crime Stoppers Victoria have partnered to present SafetyVision, a weekly 15-minute radio program which aims to keep the blind and low vision community safe. SafetyVision will discuss current crime issues affecting the broader community and provide listeners of all abilities with valuable safety tips. Topics to …

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Crime Stoppers Victoria funding boost

As Crime Stoppers Victoria ends a record-breaking year, the Victorian Government has extended its funding support for the non-profit organisation, providing $2.85 million over the next four years. Stella Smith, Chief Executive of Crime Stoppers Victoria says this funding provides significant support and reflects the importance of Crime Stoppers to …

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Elder Abuse Podcast

Crime Stoppers Victoria has released a four-episode podcast series on the increase1 in elder abuse within the community. The podcast series ‘Elder Abuse – Prevention and Protection’ enlists the expertise of Seniors Rights Victoria, Victoria Police, the Office of the Public Advocate and the Law Institute of Victoria to delve …

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