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ACT Region Crime Stoppers acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, the Traditional Custodians of the Kamberri/Canberra region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.
National Firearms Amnesty
If you have an unregistered or unwanted firearm, this is an opportunity to hand it in with no penalty. Because no unregistered firearms in our community is our aim.
We want your help to unsettle domestic drug markets, disrupt national and international supply chains and hamper activities of criminal networks, particularly organised crime groups – and the eyes and ears of the community will help make that happen. Contacting Crime Stoppers anonymously means the criminals will never know it was you who spoke up.
Crime Stoppers has developed information materials in English, Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Mandarin, Punjabi and Vietnamese to encourage more people to share what they know about unsolved crime and suspicious activity.
To help reduce bike theft in the ACT, Crime Stoppers has partnered with ACT Policing to launch Bikelinc – an online community tool that helps bike-minded people keep bikes with their rightful owners.
As part of its efforts to encourage all Australians to come forward with information about unsolved crimes and suspicious activity, ACT Region Crime Stoppers has launched the “It’s what you know, not who you are” campaign in some of the nation’s most common languages.
Every 2 minutes
Crime Stoppers receives an anonymous tip from the public in Australia
were made to Crime Stoppers in 2020
per day across Australia are linked to information provided to Crime Stoppers
resulted from the contacts to Crime Stoppers across Australia in 2020