The Trading Standards Institute (TSI) is calling all amateur videographers, media students, filmmakers and directors to create a 90-second ‘Good Neighbours Stop Rogue Traders’ informational video. The video should be designed to encourage friends, family, neighbours and carers to help protect vulnerable citizens against doorstep crime. Creators of the winning video will receive a £1,000 prize.
The competition, sponsored by the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW) and the Institute of Scottish Professional Willwriters (ISPW), was launched today by broadcaster and journalist Lynn Faulds Wood at TSI’s annual Conference. Winners will be announced during this year’s TSI National Consumer Week (NCW) campaign to raise awareness in communities of rogue traders and encourage them to look out for each other.
“I have seen first-hand the distress that rogue traders cause their victims and the devastating impact that it can have on their lives,” said Consumer Minister Jenny Willott. “Video is a brilliant…
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