Crimestoppers in the North West is made up of 6 different volunteer Boards - Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Isle of Man, Lancashire and Merseyside. £103million worth of stolen goods recovered in 20 years If you have information about crime, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or use our anonymous online form Crimestoppers on social networking websites Crimestoppers has more than 2,000 members on social networking websites Facebook and Bebo. Our mission on Facebook and Bebo is to reach a wider audience to tell them about Crimestoppers and the invaluable community service we provide. Via social networking websites, we can keep our members up-to-date with Crimestoppers' news and give them the option to discuss crimes in the news. On Facebook, we can also highlight some of the Most Wanted criminals from our website. 0800555111 Please become a member of our pages on Facebook and Bebo to help spread Crimestoppers' message!
Latest Crimestoppers statistics* The following statistics are Crimestoppers official statistics so far this year (since April 2008): 2,682 criminals have been arrested and charged 35,210 calls to Crimestoppers with useful information £11,123,748 worth of illegal drugs have been seized £2,378,341 worth of stolen goods have been recovered
Did you know...? As a result of information Crimestoppers receives: 17 people are arrested and charged every day Somebody is charged with murder every 5 days Read more Crimestoppers' achievements Crime Stoppers International Crime Stoppers International is an umbrella organisation, with the mission of developing Crime Stoppers as an effective crime-solving organisation throughout the world.
International successess: Crime Stoppers Canada is expecting to reach an historic milestone in 2008, as total recoveries of stolen property and drugs seized will reach $3billion The Netherlands witnessed a 19% rise in tips in 2007 Crime Stoppers volunteers in Australia have answered 983,585 calls Read more about Crime Stoppers International and international successes website http://www.crimestoppers