Scotland Crimestoppers uses video to promote message
Scotland Crimestoppers, working with Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary, has created a video highlighting the range of crimes that Crimestoppers takes information on.
The video has been used by Scotland Crimestoppers at local events and can also be seen on YouTube. It features thought provoking photographs along side statistics about the charity.
Cult rock band, Marillion, kindly allowed their song Whatever is wrong with you to be used as the accompanying track to the film.
Steve Hogarth, lead singer of Marillion, said: "The band were delighted to help out with this request and appreciate the work of Crimestoppers, supporting any initiative aimed at making our communities safer places."
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