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Local leader announced as Crime Stoppers International President

Posted on 06/11/2018

At its 39th annual conference, Crime Stoppers International announced our very own Crime Stoppers SA Chair, Sharon Hanlon, as the new global President of Crime Stoppers.

In the 40 years since Crime Stoppers began, this is the first time a woman has served as President.

With more than two decades executive experience, Ms Hanlon brings a unique and diverse perspective to the CSI leadership role. She has led large-scale projects for government agencies and the private sector, and has a proven track record for contributing to cultural change, business strategy and corporate planning.

Ms Hanlon is well-versed in corporate governance thanks to her experience serving as the director for a number of public and private sector boards.

She has also served in several Crime Stoppers leadership roles during the last decade and in addition to be the current Chair of Crime Stoppers South Australia, Deputy Chair of Crime Stoppers Australia, and has been a CSI Director for the last two and a half years.


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Farm Crime

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