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Knowledge is power – so read up and stay safe!

Crime – and the fear of crime – can impact on community confidence. That’s why it is important to empower yourself and know how to keep criminals at bay. We have a range of great crime prevention tips that offer practical advice designed to keep you and your property as safe as possible, so you can enjoy life to its fullest.

We also provide handy fact sheets on a range of crime types that can help you spot trouble and give you the courage to speak up if you think something is not quite right.

A safer community starts with you, and we want to work with you to help make our Territory a great place to live, work and visit.


Bushfire arson

If you live, work or visit a bushfire-prone area then it’s important to be on the lookout for firebugs.

Missing persons in Australia

While going missing is not a crime, if you have any information about a missing person you can always share what you know with Crime Stoppers.

Protecting your vehicle.

With more than 500 vehicles stolen in the Territory each year, it's important to know how to keep yours safe from thieves.

Human trafficking

Human trafficking is like modern day slavery, with a staggering 40.3 million people worldwide estimated to be victims.

How to spot a clandestine lab

There are often some tell-tale signs of a drug house - you just need to know what to look for!

Drug dangers and you

Illicit drug can be made with vitamin B-12, laxatives, even dewormers normally used to treat animals - so be aware of the dangers.

Business security tips

Business owners and employees across the Territory can play an important role in preventing and reducing the risk of crime occurring in the workplace.

How to spot a grow house

There's been plenty of examples where ordinary homes are turned into makeshift cannabis grow houses, so know the telltale signs to watch out for.

Our focus is on what you know, not who you are

We don't need to know who you are - just share what you know about unsolved crime and suspicious activity