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Crime Stoppers Day

Every year, we take the time to celebrate what Crime Stoppers Queensland does for our community.

2021's Crime Stoppers Day campaign

Every year, Crime Stoppers staff and volunteers take a day to celebrate our organisation.

As a community organisation and registered charity, Crime Stoppers Queensland relies on corporate partnerships, government funding and community donations. It is a member of the national Crime Stoppers Australia collective of eight organisations operating in each state and territory
Across Australia, someone contacts Crime Stoppers every two minutes to share information that is then passed to police and leads to an average of 100 arrest per week for a range of crimes..

The national Crime Stoppers Board is made up of representatives from each state and territory, plus a nominee of the Australian Police Commissioners. As a member of Crime Stoppers International (CSI), Crime Stoppers Australia has two representatives serving as Directors on the Board of CSI, which has a network of 1200 accredited organisations operating in 30 countries across six continents to form a sophisticated global network and provide platforms
for communities around the world to report on crime anonymously.

Our research shows that one in four Queenslanders with information about illegal activity report to Crime Stoppers where they have the option to remain anonymous.

After more than 30 years of making Queensland safer, there is no doubt that Crime Stoppers really works, and we are incredibly grateful to the true heroes in our community that get in touch with us every day.

The 2021 campaign “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” featured clever animated images of ordinary people observing potentially criminal activity and contacting Crime Stoppers. Community safety is everyone’s responsibility and even the smallest piece of information can make the difference in a police investigation.

In an emergency, call 000. If you’re reporting a crime committed against you, call 131 444. For all other reports of crime and suspicious activity, contact Crime Stoppers Queensland on 1800 333 000 or Make a report online and remain anonymous.