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International award win for Crime Stoppers SA

Posted on 01/12/2021

Crime Stoppers SA has again achieved international accolades for our efforts in working with police and 9 News Adelaide to help solve crime, winning the Media category at this year’s Crime Stoppers International Awards.

This award once again underlines the very real contribution that Crime Stoppers continues to make to the safety of South Australians, and our ability as an independent not-for-profit organisation to deliver world-leading initiatives.

We remain very appreciative of our partners – in particular the team at 9 News Adelaide – for providing significant airtime to profile unsolved crimes and use their reach into the community to encourage people to share what they know without needing to say who they are.

The Crime Stoppers International annual awards recognise leading individuals, programs, activities and campaigns from around the world for excellence and for their contribution to the achievement of the Crime Stoppers International vision – to help stop, solve and prevent crime globally.


Farm crime in the spotlight

01/12/23 | Article, Media Releases

Crime Stoppers South Australia has partnered with SA Police to help shine a spotlight on thieves planning to target isolated…


Assault – North Terrace Adelaide

28/11/23 | Article, Media Releases

At 1.10am on Sunday, 23rd July 2023 the female victim was standing outside the Adelaide Railway Station on North Terrace…


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