Our dedicated committees

Crimestoppers in the South East is made up of five extremely active, volunteer committees - Kent, Hampshire & Isle of Wight, Surrey, Sussex and Thames Valley. Each committee is supported by a regional member of staff. Each of our committees comprise of a chair, vice-chair and treasurer together with a wealth of active volunteers dedicated to supporting roles such as media support, youth, campaigns, fundraising, public events.
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What do our committees do?

Crimestoppers is a national charity with a strong, local focus. Our universal goal is to help fight crime in the UK. We do this by working hard to ensure that Crimestoppers provides a safe and anonymous service for passing information on crime and criminals. Committees work closely with local law enforcement and community safety partners to campaign on relevant, local crime issues and spread awareness of our anonymous 0800 555 111 and online information giving service.
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What makes a good volunteer?

Our volunteers all have one major thing in common – a desire to make our communities safe and crime-free places in which to live. Why not join your local committee?
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Recent local campaigns

Targeting domestic violence in Sussex - a powerful campaign launched with the help of our famous crime writer patron, Peter James. Fighting illegal tobacco – Thames Valley Crimestoppers helps Trading Standards stop this drag on our community.
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Mayor's support for Surrey

The recently elected Mayor of Banstead and Reigate, Councillor Dr Lynne Hack, has chosen our Surrey Crimestoppers committeee as one of the two charities to be supported during her time as Mayor.
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