Crime Stoppers conference kicks off in CT

Almost 60 delegates are expected to speak at the three-day international conference.

Registration for the 35th Crime Stoppers International (CSI) conference is open on the 13 October 2014. Picture: ‏@NLRapporteur/Twitter

CAPE TOWN - The president of Crime Stoppers International (CSI), Alexander MacDonald, says their mission is to mobilise the world to report crime anonymously.

The 35th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference has started in Cape Town today.

The three-day event is taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).

MacDonald says it's time the world comes together to tackle the challenges collectively faced in combating criminal activities.

MacDonald is one of almost 60 delegates who will be speaking at the event over the next few days.

Meanwhile, head of Crime Line South Africa, Yusuf Abramjee, has told local and international delegates whistle blowing should become the moral duty of all citizens worldwide.

Abramjee has also called on people to unite against international terror, adding the world must say no to the killing of innocent civilians, be it by terror groups or government.