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Make the call – Ice campaign TV ad

Posted on 22/03/2018

Ice dealers operating their illicit trade in full view of the local community must be held to account for the crisis they continue to cause, and our latest TV ad encourages people to take back control by anonymously providing information rather than staying silent.

The Make the Call. Cut the Supply. Stop the Hurt campaign – launched in partnership with the State Government and SA Police – specifically targets street-level dealers and dark net drug vendors.

Sitting back and watching dealers destroy the lives of the people you care about should not be an option.

We don’t need to know who you are, just what you know.

Even if you have little more than a suspicion about someone, that still might be the piece of the puzzle that can make all the difference – so have the courage to make the call and choose to stay anonymous if that’s what you want.

If you have any information about criminals or criminal activity, then call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at People can remain anonymous and rewards are available.


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