How we work at a local level through our committee

Crimestoppers is a charity, so we rely on volunteers to help us with our work. Our aim is to tell more people about Crimestoppers' anonymous phone number, 0800 555 111, and our Anonymous Online Form. If more people know about Crimestoppers and that they can call anonymously with information about crime, we can help to make Essex a safer place for us all to live and work.

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Introduction to the Essex team

Our local committees

Our friends at Essex Police have kindly made this great video that explains who Essex Crimestoppers is and how we operate. The short video answers many questions you may have about Crimestoppers.

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Our committee

The Essex committee is well established and chaired by Stuart Rawlins who has been involved with Crimestoppers for 15 years. As former editor of the Essex Chronicle, Stuart takes the lead on media issues.

We're always looking for those living or working in Essex to join this vibrant committee and help fight crime in their community. Please contact us for more information about becoming a volunteer for Essex Crimestoppers. We particularly need a vice-chair, those with IT skills, someone to take the lead on youth issues and someone with marketing knowledge. Stuart will be stepping down next year so we will need a new chair.

Stuart Rawlin, Chair of the Essex Committee (centre), receiving his long serving volunteer award

Scroll through the Most Wanted Gallery for Essex.

Contact us for more information.