Ditch the dealer
Scotland Crimestoppers is working with Tayside, Grampian and Northern police forces and the UK Border Agency on the Ditch the dealer campaign. [September 2009]
The campaign reminds people that they can pass on information about drugs to Crimestoppers anonymously.
Leaflets featuring Crimestoppers' 0800 555 111 number are being distributed in Montrose and Brechin throughout September. People can also pass on information to Crimestoppers using the secure online information giving form.
Crimestoppers does not trace calls or online forms and does not record personal details of people who contact the charity. This means that no one ever needs to know if you contact Crimestoppers and that you will not have to give a statement to the police or go to court.
The Ditch the dealer re-launch was held at Northlink Ferry Terminal in Aberdeen on 3 September. Above right: Barney the drug dog at the launch.
Above: Mark Cooper (Grampian Police), UK Border Police representative, Bill Davidson (CEO Northlink Ferries), Michelle Herd (Scotland Crimestoppers), Insp Brian Knight (Tayside Police) and Cllr Martin Greig (Chairman, Grampian Police Board)
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