How to Become a Better Witness By Greg MacAleese Police departments around the world are always asking their citizens to supply information about unsolved crimes. But what kind of information do police need and what can citizens do to improve their capabilities as witnesses? First and foremost, police need timely and accurate information.
The tragic murder of Michael Carmen murder started the world’s most effective anti-crime program, Crime Stoppers. Now, more than 40 years later, the program that this murder helped launch has helped police around the world solve almost 2.5 million major crimes and recover more than $10 billion worth of stolen property and narcotics. This podcast
Global Security Expert, Charles "Chuck" Andrews, CPP from Houston, Texas joins Greg and Ron to discuss cybersecurity, fraud and what we can expect in the future. From the internet-of-things, to toasters that spy on you as well as the role that Crime Stoppers can play, Chuck shares his wealth of knowledge and experience.
Greg and Ron discuss a tragedy that may have been averted in Midland, Texas with a tip to Crime Stoppers resulting in the arrest of a teenager in possession of a firearm and the importance of Campus Crime Stoppers programs.
News out of Australia suggests that the high profile and successful Queensland Crime Stoppers program is in dire financial difficulty. In operation since 1989, the organisation has helped to solve some of Australia's most horrific abductions and murders, not to mention thousands of other serious and major crimes. Greg and Ron discuss this
Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Ryan Ehalt from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada talks candidly about his unique and brazen (and hugely successful) approach to fighting crime through social media (and bowties!) Crime Stoppers programs and interested parties can join Ryan at his new Facebook page: Facebook Strategies for Crime Stoppers Programs to Solve More Crime Ryan can also