As a community organisation and registered charity, Crime Stoppers South Australia relies on corporate partnerships, government funding, and community donations. Without this support we aren’t able to achieve the results that help make South Australia a safer place.
A special thank you goes to:
Police Credit Union
Formed in 1970, Police Credit Union is proudly South Australian based and headquartered. Today it boasts assets exceeding $950 million and delivers better banking services to over 40000 customers. Supporting better communities represents an intrinsic pillar of the organisation’s corporate strategy. Its strong sense of corporate social responsibility spans initiatives both large and small, including, a long-standing partnership with the Police Association of South Australia, a foundation sponsor of SA Police Ride Like Crazy and a 21 year commitment in bringing the Credit Union Christmas Pageant to the streets of Adelaide, representing but a few examples of the organisation’s community investment. Police Credit Union has helped thousands of South Australians achieve their financial goals and dreams with competitive and high value Better Banking products and services. The multi award-winning, values-driven, Member-owned organisation boasts a market leading customer satisfaction rating of 92%, 24-7 Internet, Mobile and Phone banking and branches across SA and NT.
For #BetterBanking, please call 1300 131 844 or visit policecu.com.au.
MAJOR MEDIA PARTNER
Channel 9 South Australia
Channel 9 Adelaide is a long-standing major media partner of Crime Stoppers SA in reflection of its commitment to achieving a safer South Australia. Nine’s significant support includes production and broadcasting weekly unsolved crime segments, community service announcements, and special documentaries, which achieve extensive television airtime every year. The entire Channel 9 team – in particular the local News team – recognises the importance of the Crime Stoppers SA program and the difference it makes to the community, and is committed to playing a key role in encouraging people to come forward with information about criminals and criminal activity to help solve some of SA’s most serious crimes.
You can watch Nine News any time at: http://www.9news.com.au/south-australia