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Crime Stoppers programs all over the world are supported by trusted partners to empower people to be part of creating safer communities.

Crime Stoppers Tasmania is thankful for the valuable support that Federal Group have provided for over two decades and has recently renewed for another three years.

Chair of Crime Stoppers Tasmania, Mr David Daniels OAM, acknowledges Federal Group for their contribution to Crime Stoppers and a safer Tasmania.

“Federal Group’s support enables us to deliver Crime Stoppers programs across this beautiful State.

“Through their premises, Vantage Hotels and 9/11 Bottleshops across the State, Federal Group enables us to reach into local communities, encouraging Tasmanians to contribute to safety initiatives and reporting of crime.

Mr Nick Linnett, Chief Operating Officer Federal Group said a safer community works well for all businesses in Tasmania.

“It allows us to get on with our business and makes our customers feel more secure. I would strongly encourage Tasmanian businesses to consider supporting Crime Stoppers Tasmania and finding ways to deliver strong benefits for the company and the community in which they operate”, said Mr Linnett.

Mr Nick Linnett, Chief Operating Officer Federal Group and David Daniels OAM Chair Crime Stoppers Tasmania

Crime Stoppers provides safe ways for people to anonymously provide information about crime when they do not wish to speak with police. Privacy is guaranteed on all reports either via the website or phone.

Crime Stoppers allows the community to support a safer Tasmania without revealing their identity or location.