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New boss for Crime Stoppers

CRIME Stoppers WA has appointed Craig Lawrence as its new chief executive officer.

Mr Lawrence is the former chairman of the Australia Day Council and the Kings Park Centennial Enhance-ment Committee.

He served two terms as a member of the RAC Council, has held executive positions

in the finance and trustee industries and was chief executive of Perpetual Trustees Australia. He has also been chairman of the City of Perth and the State Supply Commission of WA.

Mr Lawrence said he was looking forward to the challenge.

Crime Stoppers has done a wonderful job within our community in the five years it has been running,” he said.

“I aim to ensure there is continued community interest to assist police in making more arrests and convictions, with a view to making WA a safer place for everyone.”

The position of Crime Stoppers’ CEO became vacant after the death of Noel Semmens, who undertook the role from 1995.

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