Become a snitch? i think not! Here it is straight from the QLD Police.. read the fine print before you even consider it.

Reward for information on criminal gangs

 

This is wrong, how many people are getting harassed wrongly.

but read the fine print before you become a snitch you will be lucky to get between $50 and $1000. 

Crime Stoppers Queensland Limited has been enaged by the Queensland Government as the official community participation solution in the fight to disestablish criminal motorcycle gangs in Queensland.

You can report information anonymously 24 hours per day via our telephone hotline of 1800 333 000 or online via our web form.

Enhanced cash rewards of up to $50,000 are available for anonymous information provided through Crime Stoppers Queensland that assists to arrest a member of a criminal organisation.  These enhanced rewards are being funded by the Queensland Government.

( How about offering the same for the other 99% of criminals committing crime)

Value Available Offender arrested and charged for the listed offence
$50,000
  • Murder
  • Acts intended to cause Grievous Bodily Harm and other malicious acts
  • Terrorist Acts
$40,000
  • Attempted Murder
  • Rape
  • Extortion
  • Drug Trafficking
  • Weapons Trafficking
$30,000
  • Attempted Rape
  • Grievous Bodily Harm
  • Torture
$20,000
  • Indecent Treatment of a child under 16
  • Unlawful Wounding
$10,000
  • Arson
  • Armed Robbery – with a firearm involved
$5,000
  • Abduction
$3,000
  • Burglary
  • Armed Robbery – no firearm involved
$2,000
  • Drug supply or production > $25,000 value
  • Enter Premises
  • Fraud > $50,000 value
  • Stalking
  • Wilful Damage > $10,000 value
  • Supply of Weapons
  • Serious Assault
$1,000
  • Drug supply or production < $25,000 value
  • Possession of drugs
  • Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle
  • Assault
  • Obstruct Police
  • Disqualified Driving
  • Stealing
  • Weapons Act Offences including possession of explosives
  • Wilful Damage < $10,000 value
  • Fraud  < $50,000 value
  • Going armed to cause fear
  • Harbouring escapee
  • Prostitution
  • Affray
  • Participants in Criminal Organisations being knowingly present in a public place
  • Participants in Criminal Organisations entering prescribed places and attending prescribed events
  • Participants in Criminal Organisations recruiting persons to become participants in organisation
  • Tattoo Parlour Act Offences
  • Possession of Proceeds of Crime
  • POSITIVE OUTCOME – raids that successfully seize illegal drugs, weapons or other materials
  • POSITIVE OUTCOME – information that assists Police to prove that a nominated person is a member of a Criminal Organisation
$500
  • Common Assault
  • Fraud < $1,000 value
  • Breach of Bail
  • Trespass

 

NOTE – cash rewards offered by the Crime Stoppers program through its standard day to day operations value between $50 and $1,000.

Enhanced cash rewards are offered from time to time only with the support of a third party or external organisation providing the direct funding.

Crime Stoppers Queensland Limited, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, is not able to offer enhanced rewards for its day to day crime intelligence gathering operations, as it is not funded to do so.  Funding for our standard cash rewards program is raised by our valued and hardworking volunteers spread throughout the state, who have a keen interest in creating safer local communities.

Additional high value cash rewards ie. $500,000 for information that leads to the conviction or successful disestablishment of a criminal motorcycle gang are also available from the Queensland Government.  Information providers who contact Crime Stoppers and wish to claim a reward of this value – will be advised that they must step outside of the trusted and anonymous Crime Stoppers program and become a protected informant for the Queensland Police Service.  In all instances – information providers should contact Crime Stoppers first and then we will assist with the process

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