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NCB renews partnership with international award winning, Crime Stop

Release Date: 
Friday, October 25, 2013

“For NCB, Crime Stop is a ‘no-brainer’, a strategic partnership we are proud to renew for the
fifth consecutive year,” said NCB Acting Head of Marketing and Communications, Mukisa
Wilson Ricketts. “Our partnership with the National Crime Prevention Fund is one that is
paramount to the nation’s development in a bid to overcome a prevalent crime issue that has
been a deterrent for Jamaicans and externals alike and so over the five year period, we have
invested approximately $9.5 million.”
Launched in 1989, Crime Stop is a Cause Marketing Programme focused on the fight against
crime in the Jamaican society through forging strategic partnerships between communities, the
police and the media. The programme provides a platform for the public to share information
about illicit acts, while ensuring complete anonymity, as well as a cash reward for information
leading to an arrest, recovery of stolen property or the seizure of illegal guns and drugs.
“We applaud Crime Stop Jamaica’s recent accolades as we know the passion and commitment
that the team possess for the tough crime fighting cause,” Ricketts said. “This international
acknowledgement from Crime Stoppers International is a testament of their hard work and
championing efforts.”
Crime Stop Jamaica won four of the top media awards at the 34th Annual Crime Stoppers
International (CSI) Conference, held in Barbados recently: Best Print Advertisement, Best Radio
Advertisement, Best Television Advertisement and Best Website.
As Jamaica’s home-grown financial institution, NCB is passionate about its role as a corporate
citizen and continuously seeks to engage in nation building activities through fostering strategic
alignment with other key organisations and civic groups which contribute to the development
of the society. “NCB is serious about nation-building and wants every Jamaican to get an
opportunity to Put Their Best Lives Forward in a safe and productive country,” Ricketts said



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