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Dr Vince Hughes appointed as National Chair

National Illicit Firearms campaign – Phase 2 launched

Crime Stoppers launches Phase Two of the National Illicit Firearms Campaign, with Crime Stoppers jurisdictions across Australia encouraging people to share what they know about illegal guns through dozens of local engagement activities over a 3-month period. Read more here. […]

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National Firearms Amnesty launch – Phase 1

In July 2021, Crime Stoppers Australia partnered with the Department of Home Affairs to promote a permanent national firearms amnesty, which gave people opportunity to hand in unwanted and unregistered firearms, parts and ammunition without fear of penalty. More than 11,000 firearms were handed in across the nation during a 3-month campaign. Read more here. […]

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Crime Stoppers Day

Crime Stoppers Day 2021 provided opportunity to remind people that their superpower is the courage to speak up and share what they know about unsolved crime and suspicious activity. Read more here. […]

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New website launched

The completely revamped website ensured a one-stop shop for anyone wanting to contact any of the eight Crime Stoppers programs across the nation, access the latest crime prevention information about how to stay safe, as well as learn more about a range of national Crime Stoppers award-winning campaigns. Read the media release here. […]

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Crime Stoppers Day

An independent national survey reveals as many as 1 in 5 Australians choose to turn a blind eye to unsolved crime and suspicious activity rather than speaking out, prompting the theme “Trust Your Gut.” […]

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