plans to broadcast from Maidstone Television Studios
Triple A Multimedia Group of
Companies continues to offer vocational education and training,
in the arts and new media, in support of its' voluntary community
arm CSTV, to fight crime through the student driven global initiative.
belongs to all of us to help create a Crimeshare Culture. We HAVE to take responsibility in the fight
against crime. We're looking for volunteers to run Crimeshare websites
where you live. CrimeshareTV is the student run community arm of the
Triple A Multimedia Arts Academy. It is independent, open and
dedicated to rooting out corruption WHEREVER we find it.
Ordinary people, fighting for their families, communities and peace of
mind. Crime affects everyone. Big or small, rich or poor, black or
white. By sharing what we know and what we think, we’ll send out a
strong signal to the decision makers. So get stuck in. Use the forums,
send in your opinions, share your info. We WILL post it up.
Remember: If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the
Lets all work towards a Crimeshare Culture.
“We have given you the powers. We have given you the
resources. Now tell me what you are going to do about it”
Lorraine Kelly, a mother from Liverpool's 18 year old son
Jamie, was stabbed to death on the 14th September 2009 and
his killers remain free. Can you help Liverpool Police
track them down.
Read Lorraine's story
David Daniel Hayes. He was due in court, charged
with a number of serious sexual offences against
children, but didn’t turn up and is now on the run.
Hayes is 38 and may now have a beard and moustache.
He has links to North Wales, Cheshire and the West
of England, but may now be abroad.
This is Ruben
Gomez, although you may know him as Ruben Soarez.
Detectives want to question him in connection with the
kidnap of a man from a street in South West London.
Gomez is 19 and has links across London and also to
Neath in South Wales.
Benjamin Steven Parkinson. The 27-year-old was jailed
for 7 years for a violent robbery. He was released on
licence, but has failed to stick to his conditions and
is now wanted back in prison. He has a tattoo of the
words “Est 1989” on his chest and links to
Worcestershire, the West Midlands and Sussex.
recognise Abdullah Hardar-Moqadam? He was granted bail
after being convicted of meeting a girl under 16, having
groomed her online. However, he failed to return and is
now on the run. Originally from Iran, he now has links
to Stockton and Durham. The 26-year-old has a slight
stammer and is partially deaf.
31-year-old Kai Phillips. Detectives investigating an
assault on a cyclist in South West London think Phillips
may have vital information and would like to speak to
him. He has a number of scars on both elbows and links
to Lambeth in South London and across Surrey.
This is Antony
Eugene Marshall. Detectives want to question him after a
man was threatened with a knife in his own home and
ordered to hand over ten thousand pounds. Marshall is 52
and has links to Dubai, Essex, Evesham and Doncaster. He
has a scar on the left side of his neck.
31-year-old Theophilus Siaw, although he also calls
himself Richard Apraku. He was arrested in connection
with the rape of a woman in Slough and released on
police bail, but has failed to return and is now on the
run. Originally from Ghana, he now has links to
Birmingham and Slough.
KIDS HELP FIND MADELEINE.
Commander Crimeshare has been in Praia da
Luz investigating 4 year old Madeleine McCann's disappearance for GMTV.
can see the Commander Crimeshare's interview
sky news website
Kids don't know who to trust these days but Crimeshare Kids all
over the world certainly trust Commander Crimeshare and would like
him to explore his theory to find Madeleine. CrimeshareTV is operated
by kids for kids and from their point of view they need to feel safe
even on holiday. CSTV Co-founder Terry Armstrong reports the website
has been inundated with offers of help from kids from all around the
world. The general feeling CSTV gets from the kids is 'enough is
enough' and Terry says kids are not political and they have no
hidden agenda but to protect each other from paedophiles and the growing crime
of child abduction. Its obvious to him that Crimeshare Kids from
every nationality will put all their energy into finding little Madeleine,
and their energy knows no bounds!
has a very distinctive right eye which even if her hair is coloured and
her clothes changed will remain a positive means of identification.
VISIT THE FIND
you have any information no matter how insignificant you think it is you
can contact Commander Crimeshare direct on
or tell the Portuguese Police direct on 00 351 282 405 400 or visit their
FOR THE LATEST ON
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KIDS - Video to help find Madeleine
by Commander Crimeshare and supported by Tesco's, HMV, McDonalds and
Phones 4 u, a group of kids from Kent spent their half term break making
an outspoken, controversial but very entertaining
film in 9 European languages to help find little Madeleine and support her
parents Kate and Gerry's tour of Europe and keep the search for Madeleine
Click the gang's photo to see the movie.
See the BBC's report
The media has praised the film makers for
creating an attention grabbing video, highlighting not only the plight of
little Madeleine but also the hundreds of other missing kids. Crimeshare
Kids don't think the Home Secretary's new laws go far enough to protect
kids from sex offenders, the producer, 16 year old Daniel and the CSTV
gang have been invited to appear on TV chat shows to tell the world what
they think the government should do about paedophiles and child abductors.
the piece in this weeks Kent Messenger.
Home Office website for John Reids latest offerings.
ARE THE CHILD
PROTECTION LAWS WORKING?
Following the recent announcement
of the outgoing Home Secretary, John Reid's, package of child protection
measures the BBC programme 'Britons most wanted Paedophiles' Looked at
controversial police plans to flush out 5 convicted paedophiles on the run
from the authorities. The BBC traced what happened to them and find their
victims to examine whether this new initiative could set a precedent for
naming and shaming.
Crimeshare Kids in partnership
with major High Street Brands are soon to announce the launch of
'Community Crimeshare Culture' throughout the UK using technology to
rescues 76 children
total of 76 children have been rescued from abusive environments over the
past year through the work of a new child protection agency.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
- launched last year - saved 10 children directly, with no help from other
It also smashed three paedophile rings involving as many
as 800 people.
Home Office Minister Vernon Coaker said the government was
"pleased" with the CEOP's success.
The achievements of the agency were revealed in its first
annual report, published on Monday.
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