â€œSheâ€™s really torn, knowing whatâ€™s going on next door.Â Itâ€™s more than just shouting, sheâ€™s seen the bruises. But should she do anything? What should she do?â€
Nickiâ€™s story could be my story. It could be your story. Weâ€™ve allÂ seen or heard something that isnâ€™t right and havenâ€™t been sure who to tell â€“ or if the person weÂ tell will be trustworthy. Â Every hour, every day, every week we receive calls and online forms from people like Nicki;Â people who have witnessed a crime, or are concerned that abuse or illegal behaviour is taking place. For 28 years weâ€™ve been there to offer reassurance and safety to those who contact us. We takeÂ information without judgement,Â without prejudice, all under our unbroken promise of anonymity. Â This Giving Tuesday, watch Nickiâ€™s story and witnessÂ the peace of mind that comes with giving information about crime to Crimestoppers.
Want to find out more about giving information to Crimestoppers? Take a look at the Crimestoppers website.
Concerned that someone you know might be experiencing domestic abuse? Take a look at our information on domestic abuse.
Take a look at all of the Giving Tuesday blogs here.Â