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Spot the signs of wildlife trafficking

Spot the signs of wildlife trafficking

Crime Stoppers Australia is committed to raising awareness of wildlife trafficking. Wildlife crime is one of the largest direct threats to many of Australia’s most threatened species, and second only to direct habitat destruction. In fact, the illegal wildlife trade is big business for organised criminal syndicates, generating revenues of up to AUD $23 billion […]

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Crime Stoppers International Learning Hub

CSI Learning brings together courses from Crime Stoppers experts and industry-leading partners around the world. Courses are self-paced, can be completed online in your own time and are designed to be a cost-effective way to boost your knowledge and credentials. Whether you’re a university student seeking a career in law enforcement, intelligence, investigations or analytical […]

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Romance scams

Australians reported a record-breaking $37 million lost to Scamwatch in 2020 for dating and romance scams – and with many people too embarrassed to tell authorities that they have fallen victim, actual losses are thought to be much higher that that! It is increasingly common for scammers to use dating apps to find people seeking […]

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Materials for culturally diverse communities

As part of our efforts to encourage all Australians to come forward with information about unsolved crimes and suspicious activity, we have developed the “It’s what you know, not who you are” campaign in some of the nation’s most common languages. Available in Arabic, Chinese (Traditional and Simple), Greek, Hindi, Italian, Mandarin, Punjabi and Vietnamese, […]

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Illegal Wildlife Trade

It might be hard to imagine but wildlife trafficking is worth an estimated $24 billion globally. Wild animals are traded alive to be kept as pets, put on display or killed and their parts sold for consumption, traditional medicines, ornaments and jewellery. The trade is internationally condemned and there is increasing recognition of the cruel […]

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Missing Persons in Australia

About 38,000 missing persons reports are received by police each year across Australia. While most of those missing people are found within a short period of time, there are about 2,600 people who have been missing for more than three months. In Australia, a missing person is anyone who has been reported missing to police […]

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Human trafficking

Human trafficking is like modern day slavery. On any given day around the world a staggering 40.3 million people are estimated to be victims of modern slavery, with 24.9 million people in forced labour and 15.4 million people in forced marriage. Around the world men, women and children of all ages are trafficked for a […]

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The fight against illicit trade

With a growing number of Australians opting for online shopping to get their retail fix, it’s important that people make sure they actually get what they pay for, and don’t deliberately or inadvertently support the world’s illicit trade market. When we talk about illicit trade, it refers to the production, import, export, purchase, sale or […]

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eSafety and your child

In today’s online world it’s important for parents and caregivers to recognise that when a child is given an electronic device or allowed to use a computer, mobile phone or tablet, they are being given opportunity to navigate the internet on their own terms. That sense of digital freedom makes it very easy for children […]

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Business security tips

Business owners and employees can play an important role in preventing and reducing the risk of crime occurring in the work place, and there are a number of practical, proactive measures that can be taken to avoid becoming a victim of crime. Here are some tips to consider: Make sure laneways, car parks and other […]

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