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  • Joint Campaign to Stop Arson

    Crime Stoppers, Tasmania Fire Service and Tasmania Police and have joined forces this summer to help combat the scourge of arson and its devastating effects on Tasmanian communities. In 2015/16 deliberately lit fires accounted for 36% of the causes of fires attended by the Tasmania Fire Service, consistent with the previous tworead more


  • Ice Campaign Reaches South

    Crime Stoppers’ Dob in a Dealer, campaign has moved South, having already proven successful in the state’s North and North West. The campaign will be targeting Southern Tasmania for two weeks from Wednesday 24 August to gather information about local drug dealing activity particularly those manufacturing and distributingread more


  • Operation ROAM – Fugitive Hunt

    Crime Stoppers Australia has launched Operation ROAM - Fugitive Hunt. The campaign aims to arrest Crime Stoppers’ persons of interest. The campaign will run from 15 - 29 August 2016. Crime Stoppers is working across all police jurisdictions in Australia appealing for public help to track down some of Crime Stoppers wantedread more


  • Crime Stoppers Week

    Guests from across the Tasmanian business community, media and government sectors joined Crime Stoppers Tasmania for the launch Crime Stoppers Week for 2016. The largest campaign run each year by Crime Stoppers Tasmania, this year’s event is focusing on illicit drugs and community safety. The continuing provisionread more


  • Launceston residents urged to Dob in a Dealer

    The national Dob in a Dealer campaign comes to Launceston. Crime Stoppers will be targeting the Launceston region for a two week intensive Dob in a Dealer campaign from Wednesday 29 June to gather information about local drug dealing activity. The Crime Stoppers Dob in a Dealer program is being rolled out across Australia toread more


  • Welcome to the new Crime Stoppers Tasmania website

    Great things are happening! Soon you'll be able to report online to Crime Stoppers Tasmania. As always, you can report anonymously. The online reporting system is easy to use, quick and secure. By helping us, you may be eligible for a reward if your information leads to a successful outcome. Your information can help keepread more