Crime Stoppers - working with you to keep Queensland safe.

We've come a long way since 1989...

Football legends and police officers came together to launch Crime Stoppers Queensland in the late 80s. We've tackled (and solved) a significant number of crimes since then, through calls and electronic reports from the community and our 550+ strong team of volunteers. 

From L - R are then Inspector Brian Johnson, Allan Langer, Gene Miles, Wayne Bennett and Commissioner (late) Ron Redmond.

25 Years on, it's time to celebrate!

We don't ask for lavish gifts of silver, but we would love your company at our anniversary dinner. Join us on Saturday 19 September 2015 at Brisbane City Hall to:
  • Show you care about our continued success
  • Enjoy a delicious meal and lively entertainment, including modern day poet Rupert McCall.
We'll also be joined by crime prevention advocates Hetty Johnston and Denise and Bruce Morcombe.

Individual tickets are $195, or get a group together to show your support and have a fun night - tables of 10 cost $1850 (prices include GST).
Purchase your tickets now

Volunteers are gold, and growing

The commitment of our volunteers shines brightly and is as precious as gold.

We recently held our annual ceremony to recognise their efforts - and name our Brisbane Airport Corporation Volunteer of the Year, which went to Ed Hawke of the Gold Coast North committee.

Ed was instrumental in establishing the Gold Coast North committee - our newest group. He networked with locals to drive interest and membership, and coordinated fundraising and promotional activities including snagging a generous donation of a marquee by LJ Hooker. What a brilliant effort!

Pictured above are some of our 15 Year Service award recipients - BRAVO!

Taking our expertise to the workplace

Research shows most people are hesitant to speak up about wrongdoing at work because they fear reprisals. That's why we're putting our excellent information gathering skills to work for corporate clients with the recently launched 1300 Anonymous hotline service. 

1300 Anonymous provides an independent, trusted and confidential hotline to allow an organisation's employees to report issues such as fraud, corruption and misconduct. It's available nationally at cost-effective prices for businesses of all sizes. 

Discover why businesses cannot afford to be without an employee hotline.

Show your support, help us get the word out and learn more by: All proceeds from 1300 Anonymous will fund the work of Crime Stoppers Queensland.

School's out soon 

Every year we coordinate a massive volunteer effort to help schoolies have a great time and stay safe on the Gold Coast. We're calling for extra volunteers during schoolies week in November. Learn more and apply online.

Our Schoolies Support Team volunteers...
  • Work in teams, meet new people and gain valuable experience
  • Offer schoolies a friendly face and helpful advice if needed
  • Must be at least 20 years old and hold a Blue Card (we can help you apply for free)
  • Receive training from the Crime Stoppers team.

Find us at the Ekka

There's more to Ekka than fairy floss and sideshow alley. Come and say hello to Crime Stoppers - we'll be located with the other Police related displays in the John Reid Annexe. Learn more about our campaigns, such as our work with Brisbane City Council to address vandalism through the Cost of Crime campaign. 

Speaking of Council, they have some exciting activities planned for their Ekka display, like Traditional Korean Dance and pottery! See Brisbane City Council's full Ekka schedule.



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