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Cairns Volunteer Area Committee...

Cairns Area Committee has one of the biggest areas of influence in Queensland.  We promote our committee from Thursday Island in the Torres Strait across to Normanton in the Gulf Country and everywhere else in between.

Current Committee Executive:

Chairman - John Harris
Secretary - Amanda Stephens
Treasurer - Lindon Reed

Postal Address:

Crime Stoppers Cairns 
Volunteer Area Committee
Attention - Secretary
PO Box 5827
CAIRNS Q 4870

Meetings:

2nd Monday of each month at the Cairns Police Station, 5 Sheridan Street, Cairns

Local Annual Events Attended:

NAIDOC Celebration

Special Activities Conducted:

Walk Against Crime each February
Monthly BBQ promotions at a variety of locations - Bunnings, WOW, IGA stores, Masters, etc
Shopping Centre Displays
Community Presentations
Live Radio Talks

Cairns Crime Stoppers Fleet Project

The volunteers of the Cairns Crime Stoppers Team roll out a new initiative! Numberplate Surrounds with the Crime Stoppers Logo and contact number are being placed on fleets of vehicles operating in the Cairns area. Cairns Taxi’s volunteered to participate in this initiative and 150 surrounds will be fitted to the taxis progressively. Local Security Firms as well as the Cairns Regional Council are also participating and have been supplied with over 200 surrounds.

Anyone wishing to support Crime Stoppers and fit the number plate surround to their vehicles should contact the Crime Stoppers Cairns Volunteer Area Committee on cairns @ csql.com.au.

Other Information:

The Cairns Volunteer Area Committee have engaged fantastic support from the local community over the last 12 months and have had a special trailer built to assist with marketing and fundraising activities.  This trailer will help us to expand our promotions to additional regional locations.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Cairns Show July 2013

Cairns Masters BBQ 26 October 2013

Cairns Volunteers at Bunnings Smithfield for Tag Your Bike on 10 May 2014

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