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Brisbane, a Safe Place to Live, Work and Play

Crime Stoppers and Brisbane City Council Combat Crime Together

Brisbane Sign at Night
Brisbane residents can learn more about how to keep their community safer by visiting displays promoting the Brisbane, a Safe Place to Live, Work and Play community campaign.

Crime Stoppers and Brisbane City Council encourage residents to report crime information.

In the twelve months ending February, 2020 the reports to Crime Stoppers from Brisbane residents and visitors resulted in 358 arrests and 1,278 charges.  With a renewed focus from the current Queensland Police Commissioner on reducing crime, the time is now to save Crime Stoppers Queensland’s number into your phone and report what you know.

Crime Stoppers Queensland State Manager, Carmen Jenkinson encourages residents and visitors alike to be responsible for keeping our city safe.

“As residents of Brisbane we have a responsibility for community safety,” Ms Jenkinson said.

“Reporting crime is easy via Crime Stoppers, either by phone or online.”

“The community witness a lot of daily activity around them and we can significantly increase community safety by reporting information to Crime Stoppers.”

“All it takes is a phone call to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, a visit to the website www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.”

The events, which will be held around Brisbane, will provide important and useful tips about how to help make a difference in the community by reporting crime for a safer and more liveable Brisbane.

Crime Stoppers Queensland and Brisbane City Council are working together to achieve the vision of a safe, liveable Brisbane through the ‘’Brisbane, a Safe Place to Live, Work and Play’ campaign.

What can YOU  do to help solve and prevent crime?

Reporting information about crime is something everyone can do and it’s anonymous – all it takes is a phone call to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, fill in our online form.

The ‘Brisbane, a Safe Place to Live, Work and Play’ campaign is a major partnership of Crime Stoppers Queensland and Brisbane City Council, to achieve the vision of a safe, liveable Brisbane.

Reporting information about crime to Crime Stoppers helps cut the cost and clean up crime. Every piece of information helps.