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  • Caribbean/Bermuda Latin America Crime Stoppers 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.
  • 35th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference 35th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference The 35th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference takes place in Cape Town, South Africa from 12 - 15 October. As South Africa prepares to host the conference on African soil for the first time, we observe that this is the time of the whistleblower. Crime knows no borders. Crime does not discriminate. From the United States to Australia, we are bound together by a collective responsibility to put our minds and resources together to root out crime.
  • CBLACS Undertakes Project to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean 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 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.

You will never be asked for your name.

Your call will not be recorded.

Numbers and online tips are not traced.

You don’t have to make a statement to police.

You will not appear in court.

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CLICK HERE to report all suspected cases of child sexual abuse.

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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).