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Award for Crime Stoppers chairman

The chairman of Crime Stoppers Bermuda has been recognised for his efforts with an international award.

Alex MacDonald was presented with the Coralie Wagner Memorial Award at the 38th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference in Panama. Mr McDonald, a former president of CSI, was given the award in front of an international audience of Crime Stoppers delegates and guests last month.

“As president, Alex transitioned CSI from a grouping of regional, national and local programmes to one now united by a shared mission and vision,” Bryan Roach, the president of CSI, said. “He led CSI's transformation through the development and implementation of a universally agreed strategic plan; one focused on helping to stop, solve and prevent crime globally by mobilising the world to provide information on crime anonymously.”

The Coralie Wagner Memorial Award recognises outstanding performance and commitment, personifying a spirit of community co-operation and demonstrating qualities of leadership.

Commissioner of Police, Michael DeSilva, said: “The Bermuda Police Service congratulates Crime Stoppers Bermuda chairman and retired Sergeant Alex MacDonald on receiving the prestigious Coralie Wagner Memorial Award.

“The BPS and Crime Stoppers Bermuda have worked in partnership for over 20 years tackling crime and Alex's continued contribution to these efforts is worthy of recognition.”

Global recognition: Alex MacDonald, left, receives his award

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Published November 06, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated November 06, 2017 at 6:20 am)

Award for Crime Stoppers chairman

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