The Crimestoppers Highlands and Islands committee have brought on board new volunteers from American football team the Highland Wildcats.
Robbie Paulin (Youth Development Officer for the Pathways project), Niall Martin and Nathan Ross (Wildcats players) have recently been on the ball with the Crimestoppers youth team, Fearless, helping to educate 11-16 year olds about crime and empowering them to do the right thing if ever faced with criminality.
The trio (pictured above in the back row) were welcomed by the committee at their latest meeting, chaired by Jim Ferguson (pictured front, centre) at Inverness Police HQ.
“Volunteers are vital to us – they help us to carry out our work across Scotland and we’re incredibly grateful for their hard work. We were delighted to bring on board Robbie, Niall and Nathan as volunteers with the committee and we’re looking forward to carrying out new activities with them in the coming months.” – Angela Parker, National Manager for Crimestoppers Scotland.