Stay tuned to Crime Stoppers Queensland's blog for latest media releases, news and updates from our State Office and Volunteer Area Committees.
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.
Crime Stoppers Queensland volunteer Directors, Greg Beale and Andrew Jones are on an epic road trip around country Queensland to raise awareness of the dangers of unregistered firearms. Read Greg's journey blog below.
Crime Stoppers Queensland welcomes two new Directors, including a former Police Commissioner at our 2020 AGM.
View the infographic below to see our key statistics and results from the 2019-20 year for Crime Stoppers Queensland. Thanks to all of our supporters and volunteers who make these outcomes possible.
Crime Stoppers Qld's new website makes sharing information easier
Crime Stoppers Queensland statistics for the 2019-20 year show increasing trust in the anonymous crime reporting service with a dramatic increase in the average number of reports provided.
Crime Stoppers has joined forces with the eSafety Commissioner to rollout a Child Protection campaign right across the country to combat child sexual abuse and unwanted contact online.
Throughout 2019 someone contacted Crime Stoppers every two minutes to share information about an array of unsolved crimes and suspicious activity, leading to an average of 100 apprehensions by police every week across the nation.
Reporting is confidential - we only need your information to solve the crime, not your name.