December 12, 2019 Community Involvement
Hope Reidt, Marketing Manager with Wightman looks on as CSGW Vice-Chair Deryck West presents a copy of the Crime Stoppers International Award for Best Media Television (Population Up to 300,000) to Adam Olivero, local TV content producer and camera operator for the winning segment – the 30th Anniversary Flag-Raising while Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter looks on. The awards were announced in Singapore during the annual conference.
The Wightman TV feature of the 30th Anniversary celebration was held in Mount Forest August 2018. The broadcast included the flag raising downtown, followed by the public barbecue and recognition of CSGW’s supporters. The founding members of the program were also recognized at this time.
“Crime Stoppers was founded on the premise of support from the police, the public and the media. We could not do what we do without the support of the media, and these awards reinforce the tremendous support we receive.” Sarah Bowers-Peter, CSGW Program Coordinator