Crime stoppers get special honours
LOCKYER Valley volunteers Jim McDonald and Tanya Milligan received accolades for their support and dedication to the Crime Stoppers program at a function in Brisbane on Saturday night.
Tanya Milligan was recognised for five years service to the Lockyer Valley Area Committee while Jim McDonald was recognised for 15 years of dedicated service.
“I am proud of both Jim and Tanya for the fantastic work they do in our community and look forward to working with them for years to come,” Local Area Committee Chairperson Janice Holstein said.
Police Minister Neil Roberts was on hand to personally thank them for their contribution and the difference they make in assisting Crime Stoppers to solve Crime in Queensland.
Crime Stoppers Queensland has an incredible record in solving crime with 2009 being a very active year with the statistics cementing that.
There was 41,798 contacts received resulting in 4595 charges preferred and 1884 persons arrested with Crime Stoppers Queensland having the highest results of solving crime than any other state.
Crime Stoppers is a community volunteer organisation which can be found on 1800 333 000.