In this new season of Crimewatch 2013, catch the dramatic never-before-seen Police footage, actual crime scene photos, real life interviews with Investigation Officers, Forensic Pathologists, convicts and ex-offenders! More drama, more action...

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Episode 10 - Telecast Date: 29 December 2013, Sunday, 9pm (Season Finale)

In a house-breaking and theft case, he didn’t use any housebreaking tools. He relied on your lax home security to commit crime. Watch how the officers from the Tanglin Police Division cracked a series of housebreaking cases and arrested the culprit. Learn some useful tips from the Police on how you can avoid being a victim of house-breaking.

In the year-end Festive Advisory, MediaCorp artiste Elvin Ng reminds shoppers and retailers to be alert and shares crime prevention tips during the year-end festivities.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.


To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

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Episode 9 “Money-Mule”  -Telecast Date: 24 November 2013, Sunday, 9pm

Beware of giving your personal particulars such identity card and bank account numbers to strangers. See how the officers from the Commercial Affairs Department apprehended 2 persons for retaining benefits i.e. money derived from criminal conduct within 24 hours.  

For motorcyclists, take heed of some safe tips while on the road.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out
the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

Episode 8

Episode 8 - Telecast Date: 27 October 2013, Sunday, 9pm

When Traffic Police found an abandoned car at Tampines with illegal drugs, the owner of the abandoned car was still serving sentence in prison. Who then could be the owner of those drugs? See how the officers from the Central Narcotics Bureau solved this mystery from just a single piece of receipt.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out
the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

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Episode 7 - Telecast Date: 29 September 2013, Sunday, 9pm

A group of Chinese nationals, targeted the elderly claiming that they had dug up hundreds of golden ingots and that they intended to sell and donate the proceeds to charity. See how the officers from the Bedok Police Division solved this scam and apprehended the syndicate before another victim fell prey to their ploy.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out
the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

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Episode 6 - Telecast Date: 1 September 2013, Sunday, 9pm (PG)

An 18-year-old Vietnamese lady was promised a job as a domestic helper in Singapore. However, upon arrival she was forced to work as a prostitute to pay off her debts. See how the officers from the Criminal Investigation Department acted and cracked down on the vice syndicate. Get some insights from the interviews with officers from the Criminal Investigation Department and Ministry of Social and Family Development as they share more about the system in place for victims of Human Trafficking. 

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

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Episode 5 - Telecast Date: 21 July, Sunday, 9pm (PG)

An armed robber sneaked into a shop, robbed and tied up his victims. He left no trail and made away with $20,000. See how officers from Clementi Police sprang into action and apprehended the suspect within 5 days.  In the Road Safety advisory segment, learn some tips on road safety for both children and parents.

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Episode 4 - Telecast Date: 30 June 2013, Sunday, 9pm (PG)
 
Criminals today are coming up with more ways to cheat unsuspecting members of public. In an online sex scam, an innocuous internet chat session turns into a nightmarish case of extortion. Find out how the officers from the Ang Mo Kio Police Division sprung into action and apprehended the culprits.
 
Plus, the Police have noted a recent spate of cases involving victims who received phone calls from cheats claiming to be officers from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA). In this segment, learn how you could avoid falling for such a scam. 
 

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Episode 3 PG (Violence) Telecast Date: 26 May 2013, Sunday, 9pm

Gang Clash

It all started with a small misunderstanding. It caused a gang fight resulting in the stabbing of one person. How did the officers from the Secret Societies Branch (SSB) solve this case and arrested the gang members?

Live” Raid on Secret Societies

Watch an exclusive “live” raid conducted by the SSB officers in Geylang Road area and a discotheque at Marina Mandarin Hotel.

Crime Prevention Advisory on Great Singapore Sale

The 20th Anniversary of the Great Singapore Sale starts on 31 May 2013.  Join MediaCorp Artiste Paige Chua as she reminds shoppers and retailers how to stay safe from crime.

Hosted by DSP Julius Lim.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

Crimewatch Ep 2

Episode 2 (PG Violence) Telecast Date: 28th April 2013, Sunday, 9pm

Cold-blooded Robbery

They bashed their victims before robbing them. Bare fists on flesh and bones were their weapons of choice. Watch how the officers from the Central Police Division solved a brutal robbery committed by two cold-blooded males and ended their violent crime spree.

Community Policing System (COPS)

Aimed at bringing its crime-fighting efforts closer to the community, the Singapore Police Force rolled out the Community Policing System or “COPS” in short. COPS puts more officers on the ground and leverages on technology and close support from the community to bring crime to its knees.

Hosted by DSP Julius Lim.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out the National Crime Prevention Council website here.

Crime Watch

Episode 1 (PG) Telecast Date: 24th March 2013, Sunday, 9pm

A highly decomposed body of a woman was found by a jogger at Lorong Sesuai in the morning of 20 October 2008. It was in the advanced stage of decomposition and was beyond recognition! See how a seemingly innocuous piece of evidence helped officers from the Criminal Investigation Department identify the deceased and arrest the murderer within 11 days.

Hosted by DSP Julius Lim.

If you have any feedback or comments, please email them to crimewatch@mediacorp.com.sg.
To find out more about how you can help prevent crime in Singapore, check out the National Crime Prevention Council website here.