By SAT Newe Desk
MELBOURNE, 26 March 2021: The ‘Crime Stoppers’ encourages people to report about “unsolved crimes and suspicious activity”. To make things easy it has developed the “It’s what you know, not who you are” campaign in some of Australia’s most common languages. Available in Arabic, Chinese (Traditional and Simple), Greek, Hindi, Italian, Mandarin, Punjabi, and Vietnamese, the materials help to encourage people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to share what they know with Crime Stoppers.
“Crime happens across all different cultural backgrounds, which is why we want people to know that Crime Stoppers is here for everyone. Even though some people might come from countries that are war-torn or have an embedded distrust of police and authority, we are an independent program that acts as a trusted link between the community and police for anyone with information about unsolved crime and suspicious activity,” says the crime Stoppers site.
CLICK HERE to download DL-sized brochures in Arabic, Chinese Simple, Chinese Traditional, English, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Punjabi, and Vietnamese. You can also download A3 posters in these languages.
Crime Stoppers also has got a great range of 15 seconds, 30 seconds, and 60 seconds animated videos for you to download and share with your friends, family, and community in all of the languages above, at its YouTube channel.