The campaign wins Global Anti-Counterfeiting media award

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One year after its official launch, the Turn Back Crime campaign has been recognized with an award from the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group.

Head of the campaign, Roraima Andriani, accepted the 2015 Media Award on behalf of the world’s police. The ceremony took place on World Anti-Counterfeiting Day (24 June 2015) at the Headquarters of the Union des Fabricants in Paris.

Over the past year, Turn Back Crime has made an incredible journey around the world, with police in more than 30 countries actively using the campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of fake goods and other crime threats.

The campaign has reached out to police, the private sector and general public across the globe, crossing cultures and languages in a joint effort to make the world a safer place.

We would like to thank the GACG, our industry partners and INTERPOL member countries for all the support from around the world!

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