- Security firm supports Crime Stoppers’ efforts in fighting transnational crime Regional security firm supports Crime Stoppers’ efforts in fighting transnational crime Barbados: Leading regional security firm, Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) has pledged its support of Crime Stoppers International’s efforts in fighting international crime particularly in the areas of human trafficking, child exploitation, illicit trade, environmental crime, and the international location and arrest of fugitives. In announcing his company’s US$ 50,000.00 sponsorship at the 2015 Crime Stoppers International (CSI) Conference, John Aboud, ASSL’s Finance Director stated that his company was happy to support CSI’s efforts and said that “because of its guarantee of anonymity, Crime Stoppers is becoming increasingly relevant in assisting law enforcement with obtaining information on organized transnational crimes”. Aboud continued; “We believe that organizations such as Crime Stoppers need to have the resources necessary to improve their capabilities and capacities to deal with the increased use of digital technology in the commissioning of crimes, and encourage other corporate entities to follow our lead”. CSI’s President, Alexander MacDonald expressed his appreciation for the support provided, and recognized Amalgamated Security as being a ‘natural partner’. “Though based in the Caribbean, Amalgamated Security has a global vision, and this is evident in the state of the art services which it offers such as general security and risk management solutions, border control & management, aviation security, large scale CCTV systems, license plate and facial recognition systems as well as forensic services and supplies”, stated MacDonald as he signed the sponsorship agreement. For Media Enquiries contact: Devrol Dupigny Executive Director Crime Stoppers International firstname.lastname@example.org +1 246 230 2330
- Breakthrough initiative to combat modern day slavery CSI is proud to support the CNN Freedom Project in the fight against Modern Slavery. The CNN Freedom Project is promoting the Crime Stoppers International hotline and online tip system on its website as a vehicle for victims and witnesses to report human trafficking in a safe and anonymous manner. Pictured: Lisa Cohen, Sr. Supervising Producer, CNN International Special Projects and Alex MacDonald, President, Crime Stoppers International
- Caribbean/Bermuda Latin America Crime Stoppers Crime Stoppers is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that provides a conduit for the public to pass on to appropriate law enforcement agencies any information that they may have on a crime that has been committed or one which is being planned, in a confidential and totally anonymous manner. Crime Stoppers is a tripartite relationship between the media, law enforcement and the community.
- CBLACS Undertakes Project to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean While most child sexual abuse is hidden---the numbers do not reflect the actual magnitude of the problem---what we know affects an estimated 150 million girls and 73 million boys worldwide under 18 years old who have experienced forced sexual violence (WHO; 2002). In the Caribbean, 47.6% of girls and 31.9% of boys have reported that their first intercourse was forced or coerced by family members or family acquaintances (WHO; 2000). As a response to the seriousness of the issue and the escalation in cases of sexual abuse, the UNICEF regional and country offices across the Caribbean have identified the urgent need to prioritise the issue of sexual abuse. The partnership with Crime Stoppers allows persons with information of suspected cases of child abuse to report what they know and remain completely anonymous in doing so.
- CBLACS Partnership with Lauren's Kids Crime Stoppers and Laurens Kids have established a partnership which is intended to help prevent child sexual abuse through education and awareness. The purpose of the project is to empower children to protect themselves in situations where someone would abuse them by arming them with a few basic, protective principles.
When you provide information on a crime to Crime Stoppers you remain ANONYMOUS.
Anonymous means that your name is not known or made public. It is vital to us that our programs guarantee anonymity. If the identity of one of our tipsters was made known it would destroy the trust Crime Stoppers has worked so hard to build with its communities.
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Your call will not be recorded.
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While most child sexual abuse is hidden---the numbers do not reflect the actual magnitude of the problem---what we know affects an estimated 150 million girls and 73 million boys worldwide under 18 years old who have experienced forced sexual violence (WHO; 2002). In the Caribbean, 47.6% of girls and 31.9% of boys have reported that their first intercourse was forced or coerced by family members or family acquaintances (WHO; 2000).