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Two grisly croc deaths in north Queensland are believed to be linked
Crime Stoppers Queensland are excited to invite the residents of Mount Isa to information nights to reinvigorate volunteer area committee
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We’re holding volunteer information sessions in both the northside and southside of Brisbane – and we’re hoping you…
Did you know wildlife and environmental crime is big business on the black market and has become one of the largest threats to Australia’s most threatened species?
The wheels have been set in motion to foster safer communities in Central and North Queensland as Crime Stoppers Queensland hit the road to spread awareness of the amazing work of our organisation.
Congratulations to our crime-preventing sleuth, Greg Beale for his 32-year service to Crime Stoppers Queensland and ensuring the ongoing safety of our Sunshine Coast community.
Crime Stoppers Queensland State Manager, Renae Long has shone a spotlight on the important role the organisation plays at the recent City of Gold Coast Mayor Safer Suburbs Forum 2022.
Get up! Stand up! Show up! and Celebrate NAIDOC week from 3-10 July 2022
Crime Stoppers Queensland would like to extend our warmest welcome to our new Regional Manager, Renae Long
A powerful female force of crime-fighting citizens are celebrating this International Women’s Day, recognising the 245 inspirational women behind Crime Stoppers Queensland.
Congratulations to our Crime Stoppers Far North Queensland Volunteer Area Committee Event Co-Ordinator, Norma Moloney, who received the Mareeba Shire Council’s 2022 Australia Day Citizen of the Year Award for her work in the local community.
Congratulations to Sergeant Nadine Webster for her 20-year service to Crime Stoppers Queensland as a police representative – ensuring the ongoing safety of our Ipswich community.
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