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DRUG SUPPLY

Information was supplied to Crime Stoppers about two males and a female supplying illicit drugs in the Newtown and Stanmore area as part of a drug distribution ring.

MEDIA RELEASES

MEDIA RELEASE: Keeping children safe in the online playground

New research commissioned by NSW Crime Stoppers has found many parents do not believe or believe it’s unlikely that their child is at risk of being contacted by a stranger online. The survey*, conducted with over 1,000 parents across Australia, looked at the attitudes and behaviours of parents regarding their child’s online activity. While over […]

MEDIA RELEASE Show us your guns: NSW residents encouraged to surrender or register guns as part of permanent firearms amnesty

Issued at 5am, Friday 2 July 2021 NSW Police Force and Crime Stoppers are calling for residents to register or surrender illegal firearms and ammunition without being penalised for illegal possession, as part of the first ever permanent national amnesty. Crime Stoppers and police across the country are giving Australians a chance to surrender for destruction unwanted […]

Regional Crime

“Draw the line on regional crime” is the central message to the new Regional Crime Campaign being launched today. In NSW, over 80% of farmers have reported being a victim of crime according to new research by the Centre for Rural Criminology, University of New England.  Even more critical is the high levels of repeat […]

Child Protection

Crime Stoppers and the NSW Police Force have joined forces with the eSafety Commissioner to launch a Child Protection campaign to combat child sexual abuse and unwanted contact online.

Cyber Crime

At a time when Australian small business has never been more vulnerable to cyber fraud and scams, Crime Stoppers welcomes the launch of an anti-cybercrime initiative to help the Australian small business community protect itself from cyber scams and payment fraud.

Dob in a Drug Dealer

NSW Police and Crime Stoppers will today launch the “Dob in a Dealer” (DIAD) state-wide campaign aimed at mobilising members of the public in the fight against illicit drugs.