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Crime Stoppers at Schoolies!

Posted on 22/11/2019

Normally, having your ‘mug shot’ taken happens for all the wrong reasons – but Crime Stoppers plans to put a different twist on that by making it a special moment to remember by sponsoring this year’s photobooth at Schoolies Festival!

The annual Festival at Victor Harbor is a right of passage for South Australian students wanting to celebrate the end of Year 12 before they start the next chapter of their lives.

And when a festivalgoer captures that magic moment at the Crime Stoppers photobooth, they are also reminded that we are here if they happen to see something or hear something at some future point in their lives that doesn’t seem right. For us, it’s the perfect opportunity to engage this next generation on their terms and tell them that Crime Stoppers is here for everyone wanting to report information about unsolved crime and suspicious activity.

Each day of the festival we will promote a key message on the photo background, with today’s being: See something? Say something!

So, on behalf of the entire Crime Stoppers team we wish all school leavers the very best of luck with their exam results and hope everyone has a fun – and safe – Schoolies Festival!




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