People of public transport.

We work in close collaboration with the Australian Federal Police.

The Board of Directors includes members of the Canberra community with an appropriate mix of skills, experience in various professions and a range of interests.

Additional Board members include the Deputy Chief Police Officer, the ACT Policing Crime Stoppers Co-ordinator and a representative from
Neighbourhood Watch.

ACT Region Crime Stoppers is committed to reconciliation as defined by Reconciliation Australia and is actively pursuing actions to strengthen relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to be on our Board.

Our programs are funded by Government grants and donations. If you would like to support our charity, visit our Donate Now or Become a Partner pages.

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It’s what you know, not who you are

This national campaign aims to encourage more people to share information about suspicious or criminal activity. Our information materials are available in English and eight other languages.

Make a report today

Seen or heard something suspicious? Report it here.