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Crime Stoppers Engage Students in Crime Fighting Initiative
As part of efforts to engage members of the public in the operations of Crime Stoppers Antigua, members of the unit recently met with students at the Antigua State College who are also members of the Interact Club.

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New Crime Stoppers Regional Body Launched
On Monday March 12th, 2012 the inaugural meeting of the Caribbean/ Bermuda and Latin America Crime Stoppers Incorporated commenced at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Port of Spain, Trinidad. This meeting was attended by delegates from Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Belize, Cayman Islands, El Salvador, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis, Turks and Caicos and the host country Trinidad and Tobago.

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Alternative Answers stopping crime
When off-duty police officer Al Gordon was gunned down in 2007 as he withdrew cash from an ATM in Orlando, Florida, it was Crime Stoppers tips that led police to the two teens responsible for the deadly botched robbery. And those tips were actually received by a call-taker who was sitting in a small office tucked away in a business complex in Peel Region.

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Cruise Runners make donation to Crime Stoppers
Last Tuesday February 23rd a group of runners with “Leave a Footprint” cruises descended from the Serenade of the Seas cruise ship for an early morning run to Fort Barrington and back. The group from North America was met by Neil Forrester, Chairman of Crime Stoppers Antigua and before commencing the run the group leader Jan Mulder made a donation to the local Crime Stoppers coordinator Sgt Lawrence Clark.

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RBC Royal Bank of Canada makes donation to Crime Stoppers
RBC Royal Bank of Canada yesterday made a donation to Crime Stoppers Antigua as part of its continued campaign to give back to the community. Kathie Antonio, Account Officer together with Robin Shaw, Country Manager for Antigua and Montserrat handed over a cheque to Crime Stoppers Antigua Chairman Neil Forrester at a short ceremony at the bank 's headquarters on High & Market Streets .

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1st Anniversary Cocktail Party for Crime Stoppers Antigua
Crime Stoppers Antigua is 1 year old. 3rd December 2009 is the 1st Anniversary Cocktail at the Tides Restaurant, Dutchman's Bay.

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Antigua and Barbuda Sports Fishing Tournament makes donation to Crime Stoppers
On Sunday evening 31st May, Sergeant Lawrence Clarke was invited to receive a cheque from the Antigua and Barbuda Sport Fishing Club. The money was raised as part of the entrance fees at the launch party for this year's tournament, held at Life Bar and Grill in English Harbour. Chairman Phillip Shoul handed over the cheque during the 43rd Annual Antigua and Barbuda Sports Fishing Tournament which ended in an awards ceremony on Monday night, in Nelson’s Dockyard.

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First Caribbean provides Crime Stoppers with laptop computer
Crimestoppers Antigua, the nation’s crime information hotline, received a much needed boost yesterday when FirstCaribbean Bank presented the organisation with a laptop computer.

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Crimestoppers receives significant donation
Spurred by the current rise in crime in the country, Global Bank of Commerce (GBC) has donated $5000 to Crimestoppers Antigua, the crime hotline that enables members of the public to anonymously report crime information or tips.

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Crimestoppers Poster
Help spread the Crime Stoppers Message in your office - print off the poster and pin it on your notice board.

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Business Launch of Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers Antigua officially launches to the business community Thursday 6th November 2008.

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Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention plays a major part in reducing crime on our islands.

We all know that taking a few precautions as part of our daily lives, will reduce the possibiity of our businesses, homes and families becoming a target for criminals.

Read our no nonsense tips on things you can incorporate into your lives to improve safety and give you some peace of mind.

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Crime of the Week

Week Commencing Monday 28th January 2013

The Police are investigating three reports over the weekend, where persons were attacked and robbed by armed masked men.

Firstly, the owner of a superette in Freeman’s Village, reported around 7pm on Friday 25th Jan that he was in the process of closing his business place, when two armed masked men held him at gunpoint, and demanded money. A subsequent struggle ensured between the man and his attackers, and shots were fired in the process though no one was injured. One man is described to be approximately 5ft-10ins in height and slimly built; while the other is said to be 5ft-5ins, and also slimly built.

Secondly in John Hughes a family reported that two armed masked men broke into their home and beat them. A 30 year old woman reported that she was awoken in the late hours of Saturday night, by a noise coming from outside of her house. When she went to inquire, she was confronted by two armed masked men; one of whom forced his way into the house and held her and her two younger siblings at gunpoint. A younger sister reported that she was punched twice in her face by the intruder, which caused her to sustain a wound over her left eye and her head. Shots were also reported fired as both men fled the scene. No other injuries were reported. One of the attackers was described to be approximately 5ft 5in tall, slim built, dark in complexion and at the time of the incident was wearing a short black pant, blue T-shirt, and had his face concealed. His accomplice is said to be about 5ft -10in tall, and also slim built.

Lastly two young men reported that they were robbed of their money and vehicle by two armed masked men late Sunday night on Tindale Road. An 18 year old boy from Ottos reported that he and his friend were on Tindale Road changing a flat tire on his vehicle, when two masked men dressed in dark clothing with their faces concealed, held them at gunpoint and demanded money. Both men were robbed of an undisclosed sum of money, cellular phones, along with their vehicle which the assailants used to escape from the scene. The vehicle was later recovered by the police in the Creekside Area. The assailants were described to be approximately 5ft 10 inches and 5ft 8 inches in height respectively, and were said to be slim built.

The police are currently investigating these matters and are appealing to members of the general public with information to contact the nearest police station, or call Crime stoppers at 800-Tips (8477). 

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Most Wanted

Name (Person) : Dwayne Kerry Joseph AKA: Little Man
Description (of crime) : D.O.B: 24-Feb-84
Weight: 160 lbs.
Country of Birth: Antigua

Dwayne Kerry Joseph aka “Little Man” of Point is wanted by the police in connection with gun related offences.
He is believed to be Armed and Dangerous.
The Police are asking anyone with information as to his whereabouts to contact the Criminal Investigation Department at 462-3913\14, Crime Stoppers at @ 800 Tips (8477) or the nearest Police Station.

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