Last year, the independent charity Crimestoppers passed over 1,000 actionable pieces of information to Gloucestershire’s constabulary – that one call can make all the difference.

The Gloucestershire Volunteer Committee is looking to publicise the work they do within the county, and to appeal for new volunteers.

The committee wants everyone to have the opportunity to learn about Crimestoppers and the important anonymous service we have provided for the last 29 years, and Gloucestershire residents and supporters are encouraged to join the many thousands of people who tell Crimestoppers what they know about crime, without revealing their identities.

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Support Gloucestershire Crimestoppers

Gloucestershire Crimestoppers is asking for your support in encouraging people to #SpeakUpAnonymously any time of the day, 365 days of the year – via 0800 555 111 or our Anonymous Online Form.

 

Should you wish to display a poster (also available in may different languages), please do download one here (PDF) – or contact the committee chair, Tony Butler, on tony@tonybutlerlimited.co.uk for more details and to arrange a Crimestoppers awareness pack.

 

 

Tony Butler, Committee Chair, said: “Crimestoppers makes a real difference to communities. It empowers individuals to give information about criminals safely and anonymously.

 “We are hoping that this event will help to promote our service and maybe encourage people to volunteer and work on local campaigns.”

Emily Van Der Lely, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers in Gloucestershire, added: “Volunteers bring energy, enthusiasm and a concern for the welfare of the local community. They also bring their own ideas and expertise, which is what helps to bring about such fantastic results.

“We encourage anyone with a real interest in Crimestoppers to join us by volunteering or by becoming a Charity Ambassador, helping to spread the message that anyone with information on crime can report anonymously.”

 

Interested in joining the committee as a Fundraiser?

The Gloucestershire committee is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated Fundraiser to to increase the contributions of individuals and groups to our charity by building relationships and exploring new fundraising opportunities from various sources.

If you're interested in joining the proactive team and would like more information, please contact volunteering@crimestoppers-uk.org.