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

The newly formed Wiltshire Committee recently launched the Crimestoppers awareness campaign at the Medieval Hall in Salisbury. Those present at the campaign launch included Crimestoppers CEO Mark Hallas, Angus Macpherson (Wiltshire's Police & Crime Commissioner), and the newly appointed committee Chair, Matthew McGinn.

The guests had the opportunity to learn about Crimestoppers and the important anonymous service we have provided for the last 29 years, - Wiltshire 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 Wiltshire Crimestoppers

Wiltshire 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, Matthew McGinn, on Matthew.McGinn@crimestoppers-uk.org for more details and to arrange a Crimestoppers awareness pack.

 

Interested in joining the committee?

The Wiltshire committee are looking to recruit more members and would welcome an expression of interest should you be interested in joining their proactive team. Please contact volunteering@crimestoppers-uk.org.