How you can help
Volunteer for us
We rely on a network of volunteers to help us with our work and are constantly looking for volunteer Board members. Each and every one is a vital link with the community. Without our volunteers Crimestoppers simply could not continue to serve society.
Volunteer Board members are involved at every level in promoting Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers, fundraising and helping out in all aspects of our valuable work. As a volunteer, your role will be worthy but never dull. In fact, it's sociable, stimulating and truly rewarding with real potential for self-development. Crime is an issue that personally affects many of us and the communities in which we live.
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer for Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers, please fill out our Volunteer Enquiry Form.
In your community
As well as calling the anonymous phone number with information about crime, everyone can help Crimestoppers by publicising the scheme.
You can help Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers by:
- Displaying Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers posters in public places
- Inviting our Board members to speak at meetings of local groups
- Putting up display stands at open days or similar events
- Raising funds for specific campaigns that affect your local area with Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers
- Printing articles about Crimestoppers in your local or community newspapers/newsletters
- Distributing publicity material
- Giving corporate gifts in kind to Wales/Cymru Crimestoppers to help support our work such as donating a venue or advertising space
These are just a few ideas that will help spread the message about Crimestoppers in Wales!
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Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
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