We rely on the support of our partners to help us achieve our goals.
Whether it's our links with other organisations in the community, who we team up with to work on crime-specific campaigns to raise public awareness of certain crimes, or the businesses we work with who help to fund the charity's work, we're always finding innovative new ways to forward the work of Crimestoppers.
Recently, we've worked with The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), to raise awareness about some missing child sex offenders. We've also worked with the UK Network of Sex Work Projects (UKNSWP) on an 'Ugly Mugs' campaign, to encouarge sex workers to report crimes that have been committed against them.
We've also been working with Network Rail, to try to catch more criminals who steal power cables. Ladbrokes is also part of our valued Strategic Partner Scheme - we offer our invaluable crime-fighting experience to help them keep their staff safe and in return, we make the most of their business influence and experience.
We also rely on the police, who we give all the anonymous information we receive to. They are instrumental to investigating and developing the anonymous information we give them. Once we give them the anonymous information, they're the ones who go out and make the arrests - which is fantastic news for us all as our communities become safer.
The Home Office - the government office that deals with protecting us, the public - are also instrumental in Crimestoppers' operations. They help to fund the charity and have also provided a lot of advice in our Crime Prevention section.
Sirazul ISLAM - Wanted for Failing to answer bail - Sexual Assault
Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
Coronation Street star William Roache has been supporting Crimestoppers in the North West for almost ten years. William worries about the number of pe...