Crime Stoppers NT 2016 Youth Art Challenge

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Do you attend a high school or primary school in the Northern Territory?

Do you love art and design?

Do you want to have your creative design seen across the Northern Territory?

Do you want to win cash prizes?

Crime Stoppers Northern Territory is setting a challenge for NT students to produce artwork in any artistic format that promotes Crime Stoppers NT functions and values. High school students are invited to design a Crime Stoppers NT advertising billboard whereas primary school students can create a Crime Stoppers NT mascot.

The Youth Art Challenge provides young people with the opportunity to showcase their talent as a designer and to win cash prizes.  The winning high school billboard poster design will be used to promote Crime Stoppers NT on various advertising and marketing throughout the year including on an actual billboard. Crime Stoppers NT also plans to produce the winning primary school mascot design.

Entries should be innovative, creative, and help spread the word about Crime Stoppers NT and reducing crime in our community.

The winning high school design should include:

  • The Crime Stoppers NT phone number – 1800 333 000
  • The Crime Stoppers NT website – nt.crimestoppers.com.au
  • A crime prevention theme:
    • Graffiti
    • Vandalism
    • Property Crime
    • Domestic Violence
    • Drugs
    • Traffic

The winning primary school mascot picture design will be bright, happy and friendly just like his future buddies IMA, Boof, KAT, Harold, Hector and Paddy  

Entries close 5pm Friday October 21, 2016.

For the entry form and full terms and conditions and more information please click on the link below


Or you can contact the Executive Officer, Jayde Martin at board@crimestoppersnt.com.au

There will be 1st 2nd and 3rd prizes for high school and primary school students in the Northern and Southern regions of the NT.

When you contact Crime Stoppers you may be eligible for a reward and you can remain anonymous. Remember if you see something, say something. If you know something, do something.