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  • THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Cybercrime experts, law enforcement, businesses and the financial sector gathered in Singapore this month to identify new ways in which criminals are using the web to commit crime, and how stronger partnerships are the only way to stop them. Speaking after the 40th Annual Crime Stoppers..
  • According to Crime Stoppers International Vice President Yusuf Abramjee, over R42 billion is lost to tax evasion every year and the shortfall is having a devastating effect on South African communities. Speaking at the Crime Stoppers International Conference in Singapore this October,  Abramjee said that recovering the money would allow..
  • How do criminals trick businesses into parting with sensitive data? How do fraudsters gain access to your company email, impersonate CEO’s and steal millions from businesses across the globe? Crime Stoppers International is proud to announce that we have been invited to support INTERPOL in a global Business Email Compromise..
  • Are you proud of the results that one of your Crime Stoppers campaigns, events or activities has achieved? Do you know someone who consistently goes ‘above and beyond’ in delivering on the Crime Stoppers vision? Each year, Crime Stoppers International looks to recognise the ‘best of the best’ for their..
  • Uber drivers trained, encouraged to anonymously report criminal activity THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - Crime Stoppers International (CSI), their regional and local affiliates today announced a new partnership with Uber, one of the world’s largest ridesharing services, to join forces and raise the awareness of drivers on how to easily report..
  • CSI appoints new President and Vice President to its global board   THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS -At its 39th annual conference, Crime Stoppers International (CSI) announced Sharon Hanlon, Director from Region Five (Australia/New Zealand/South-East Asia) and Yusuf Abramjee, one of the Directors for Region Seven (South Africa) as elected President and..
  • More than three dozen delegates and programs honored from across the world   THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - Crime Stoppers International (CSI) hosted its 39th Annual Conference, Creating Alliances Against Crime, convening professionals in government, private industry, media, the public and law enforcement to address the challenges and opportunities that exist..
  • Law enforcement, public and private industry gather in Creating Alliances Against Crime THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - Today, Crime Stoppers International (CSI) opens its three-day, 39th Annual Conference. The theme—Creating Alliances Against Crime—reflects CSI’s unwavering belief that success comes from aligning its collective goals with government, private industry, media, the public..
  • The Hague Accord unites public and private entities in systematically fighting crime through anonymous reporting THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - Today, during the Crime Stoppers International (CSI) 39th Annual Conference—Creating Alliances Against Crime— more than a dozen public institutions, private corporations, NGOs and law enforcement agencies signed The Hague Accord. As..
  • Manila, Philippines. Public education, multi-sectorial cooperation, continued enforcement action and the ability for citizens to report information on crimes anonymously have been identified as the four critical measures necessary for fighting illicit trade and organized crime in the Philippines and the South East Asia region. This was the consensus reached..

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