Meet our Volunteers
Our volunteers make a huge difference to their local communities and all bring different skills and experiences to their volunteer role and contribute to the charity in a variety of ways.
Read about some of our fantastic volunteers here:
Darren Stevens from Gloucestershire Crimestoppers was named as the inaugural Volunteer Award winner at Crimestoppers 2007 conference in Bristol. The award recognises the achievements of the charity's volunteers. Described by colleagues as the “powerhouse” behind the Committee's successes, Darren has been at the forefront of their marketing and fundraising efforts since their inception in 1995.
Dev Chakraborty has been involved with West Country Crimestoppers for nearly ten years. He has used his background in marketing and media to advise West Country Crimestoppers on the marketing, public relations and media surrounding their campaigns. Dev has also organised fundraising events, including golf days and dinners, to help support the charity. Read what Dev has to say about volunteering for Crimestoppers.
Zoë Hawley began volunteering for Isle of Man Crimestoppers last year because she is passionate about helping her local community. She is working on promoting Crimestoppers and improving understanding of it across the Isle of Man. Here's what Zoë has to say about being a Crimestoppers volunteer.
Sirazul ISLAM - Wanted for Failing to answer bail - Sexual Assault
Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
13-year old Amir Ramadin lives in a housing estate in London. He most fears knife crime in and surrounding his school. One of his classmates brought a...