“Dob in a Dealer” campaign arrives at Campbelltown City Police Area Command, NSW

A new state-wide campaign aimed at mobilising members of the public in the fight against illicit drugs is underway in Campbelltown City Police Area Command.

The Commonwealth-funded campaign is being launched across NSW following the success of the previous “Dob in a Dealer” campaign, which ran from February 2016 to March 2017, aimed at stopping Australia’s supply of illicit drugs including methylamphetamine (ice), cocaine, MDMA, heroin and cannabis.

The campaign will see police and Crime Stoppers conduct intensive community-engagement activities.

WHEN: 11AM TODAY (Wednesday 6 February 2019)

WHERE: Lithgow Street Mall

Queen Street, Campbelltown

WHO: Superintendent Wayne Benson

Campbelltown City Police Area Commander

Mr Peter Price

Crime Stoppers NSW Chief Executive Officer

WHAT: Media will be able to interview with Supt Benson and Mr Price and film as they speak with residents and hand out fliers about the “Dob in a Dealer” campaign.

In addition, the Police Media Unit have a hightail link of overlay footage that can be used when covering the campaign. Please email the Police Media Unit for the link.

Below is the schedule of Police Area Commands and Police Districts involved in the campaign, including their proposed start dates. This schedule is subject to change. To confirm dates and discuss proposed media activities in each command, please contact the NSW Police Media Unit or local Police Station.

“Dob in a Dealer” Community Engagement Calendar

3 January 2019 – Tweed/Byron Police District

4 January 2019 – Richmond Police District

7 January 2019 – Newcastle City Police District

8 January 2019 – Tuggerah Lakes Police District

31 January 2019 – Eastern Suburbs Police Area Command

1 February 2019 – Redfern Police Area Command

6 February 2019 – Campbelltown City Police Area Command

7 February 2019 – Sydney City Police Area Command

14 February 2019 – Fairfield City Police Area Command

15 February 2019 – Surry Hills Police Area Command

18 February 2019 – South Coast Police District

20 February 2019 – Murray River Police District

26 February 2019 – Central West Police District

28 February 2019 – Kings Cross Police Area Command

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