Leicestershire Crimestoppers is working with Northamptonshire Crimestoppers on a new campaign tackling bike and vehicle crime. [30 June 2010]
The How Precious? campaign is running from 27 June 2010 until 31 March 2011. The campaign was launched at the British Superbikes event on 27 June at Mallory Park in Leicestershire. Those at the Superbikes were sent messages about the campaign via Bluetooth.
How Precious? aims to encourage people to contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously with information on:
- Bike crime;
- theft of valuables from themselves or their vehicle;
- any crime which is affecting them or their community.
Calls to Crimestoppers do make a difference
Last year in the East Midlands, Crimestoppers received 6,833 calls and online forms - an increase of 8% from the previous year. 732 people were arrested and charged in the East Midlands as the result of information given to Crimestoppers last year.
You can trust Crimestoppers to take the information and pass it on to the relevant law enforcement agencies.
An anonymous service
Crimestoppers is an anonymous service that has been operating for 22 years as an independent charity. We want to know what you know not who you are.
If you call Crimestoppers you will not receive a visit from the police, we do not trace calls and you will not have to go to court
Call 0800 555 11 or pass information anonymous using our secure online form.
By giving information to Crimestoppers you may be eligible for a cash reward.
The How Precious? campaign is being supported by Oak FM.
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Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
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