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CRIME STOP WINS FOUR MEDIA AWARDS FOR SEEING "RED"!

Release Date: 
Monday, October 21, 2013

 

CRIME STOP JAMAICA WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARDS FOR SEEING “RED”!!!

CRIME STOP JAMAICA won four of the top media awards at the recently concluded 34th Annual Crime Stoppers International (CSI) Conference held in Bridgetown, Barbados, last month.
The organisation received awards for the Best Television Advert, Best Radio Advert and Best Press Advert for communities of 1 – 3 million persons. These adverts were part of a media awareness campaign that was launched in December 2012 titled “Red,” which asked the question “Does Crime make you see Red?” and encouraged persons to use the newly launched web site – www.crimestopjamaica.com.  The fourth award was given to CRIME STOP JAMAICA for the Best Website.
CRIME STOP JAMAICA Manager, Prudence Gentles, stated that she was “overjoyed and proud to have represented Crime Stop Jamaica at the Conference and to receive these awards on its behalf.” She stated that the conference was a great success with over 120 persons from around the world taking part.  The conference is held in a different region of the world each year and brings together crime stoppers from around the world to share ideas and the latest trends in global crimes. 
The “Red” Campaign was developed by Prism Communications and produced by Vidquip Limited. Richie Spice allowed the organisation to use his popular hit tune “Earth a Run Red” as the campaign’s theme song. 
The new web site was designed and developed by 876 Solutions. 
Crime Stop, which began in 1989, is a partnership between the public, the media and the police and offers a safe and anonymous method by which members of the public can give information on criminal activities to the police. It is managed under the direction of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ).  
Crime Stop Jamaica is a member of Crime Stoppers International which is a global organization that offers an anonymous and confidential mechanism to the public to report crime and criminal activity. Currently, there are over 1200 Crime Stoppers Programmes operating in 26 countries throughout the world.
 

       

 

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