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.
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 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.
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.