Make your New Year’s resolution to fight crime in your community by volunteering for Crimestoppers in Norfolk
Norfolk Crimestoppers is calling for volunteers to help keep the county safe.
The charity currently has a network of over 600 people across the UK who work on a voluntary basis.
With experience in everything from campaigning to marketing, business networking and fundraising, they’re considered an integral part of Crimestoppers.
Now the charity is looking to reinvigorate its efforts in Norfolk by enlisting the help of more volunteers – including a chairperson to head up the committee in the county.
Antonia Litten Regional Manager for Crimestoppers said: “Crime affects everybody and this is a fantastic opportunity for the public to use their skills and experience to make a difference in Norfolk.
“Crimestoppers really does make a difference in the county and I’d like to continue that success with a team of volunteers here.”
Norfolk’s Police & Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett added: “By volunteering for Crimestoppers you can help empower the public to give information on crime and help keep their community safe.
“I’m sure there are plenty of people in Norfolk who are keen to get involved and with their help we can make the county an even safer place to live.”
Crimestoppers is an independent crime-fighting charity, separate form government and the police, which allows the public to give information about crime anonymously and securely through the 0800 555 111 number and their Anonymous Online Form.
Last year the charity passed 694 pieces of actionable information to Norfolk Constabulary, which resulted in 54 arrests and charges – an increase of 17% on the year before.
If you’re interested in volunteering in the Norfolk, you can contact email@example.com or visit the websitehttps://crimestoppers-uk.org/g…/volunteer-for-crimestoppers/