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The latest news stories from Crime Stoppers International and all national Crime Stoppers affiliates from all over the world.

Crime Stoppers founder visits Australia

Crime Stoppers founder in Australia

Crime Stoppers founder Greg MacAleese visited Australia to talk about the importance of the Crime Stoppers programme,

Leading the fight on illicit trade

The Fight on illicit trade

Crime Stoppers will be leading the fight on illicit trade in 2018. This is one of the conclusions of the 11th WTO Ministerial Meeting.

11th WTO Ministerial Conference 2017

WTO Conference

From the 10th of December till the 13th of December we’ll be participating in the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. We’ll be hosting a side event about illicit trade.

Illegal cigarettes flooding markets in Trinidad

Illegal cigarettes in Trinidad

Illegal Cigarettes are a growing problem in Trinidad. Public health is at risk which moved the Minister of Health to give out a warning.

Illicit trade undermining public health in El Salvador

Illicit trade in illegal cigarettes

Illicit trade in illegal cigarettes is undermining public health in the Central American country El Salvador, according to Crime Stoppers.

Higher crime rates because of higher taxes

Higher tax rates more crime

Are higher taxes the cause of higher crime rates? Dave Cording, director of Crime Stoppers International warns the Jamaican Government.

Tip leads to major bust in Central America

In November 2016, Crime Stoppers joined forces with the tobacco industry in El Salvador to launch an anti-illicit trade campaign called “Denuncie Hoy”. The campaign involved training of law enforcement personnel, the creation of specialised teams, and consumer awareness via traditional and digital media

  • Tip leads to major bust in Central America

    In November 2016, Crime Stoppers joined forces with the tobacco industry in El Salvador to launch an anti-illicit trade campaign called “Denuncie Hoy”. The campaign involved training of law enforcement personnel, the creation of specialised teams, and consumer awareness via traditional and digital media

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