Stay tuned to Crime Stoppers Queensland's blog for latest media releases, news and updates from our State Office and Volunteer Area Committees.
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.
Road rage, drink driving, hooning and driving while disqualified are among the most common reports made to Crime Stoppers Queensland in 2021.
Our Board of Directors gathered in early December for the general meeting and to recap on a very successful year.
A crime fighting sponsorship between Brisbane residents and Crime Stoppers Queensland has contributed to a 50 per cent jump in criminal charges across the city.
Have you seen our new Crime Stoppers vehicle cruising through the Cairns community?
A major Crime Stoppers Queensland firearm crackdown has been hailed a success with more than 1,600 firearms surrendered to police, of which almost 40 were deemed ‘firearms of interest.’
Crime Stoppers Queensland have rolled out a free teaching resource, empowering teenagers to become tomorrow’s crime-preventing citizens.
Our CEO, Carmen Jenkinson is leaving Crime Stoppers Queensland to pursue other career opportunities and challenges, which leaves an exciting opportunity for a new leader.
Join us in honouring fallen Officers at this annual remembrance day.
Greg Beale and Andrew Jones, directors of Crime Stoppers Queensland, head back out on the highways of regional Queensland to raise awareness about the Firearms Amnesty and to let more people know what they can do to make their communities safer. Read on for Greg's blog about their trip.
Congratulations to our crime-fighting sleuth, Neil Behm for his 30 -year service to Crime Stoppers Queensland and ensuring the ongoing safety of our Sunshine Coast community.
A nosy neighbour may not be a terrible thing after all and could be the secret weapon to stopping brazen thieves from breaking into your home.
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