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Working together for a safer WA

Crime Stoppers WA is a not-for-profit community organisation that provides reporting, education and support services to encourage sharing of information about criminal activity and suspicious behaviour.

Understanding Crime Stoppers WA

Your anonymous report is in good hands

Our report form ensures your information reaches the right people.

As well as working with the WA Police Force, we have approved the following agencies, who have an enforcement function, to use our anonymous platform so you can share information directly with them:

  • Corrective Services
  • WA ScamNet
  • Dept of Water & Environmental Regulation
  • Small Business Development Corporation
  • Dept of Primary Industries and Regional Development 
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10,000 firearms in 10 weeks

29 May 2024, Community Safety


2023 Year in Review

17 Apr 2024, News


Voluntary firearms buyback scheme

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Does my information make a difference?

20 Mar 2024, News


Engaging with the Sikh community

06 Mar 2024, General News


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19 Feb 2024, Eyes on the Street


What happens after I make a report?

08 Feb 2024, News

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Give illegal dumping the click

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Triple Crown Turnaround

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You helped identify 63% of open cases

15 Jan 2024, News


Violent offender ban keeps Perth’s entertainment precincts safe

02 Jan 2024, News


About the bystander effect

14 Dec 2023, News


Locked, lifted, located & reinstated

02 Nov 2023, News


Who do I contact and how?

31 Oct 2023, News


Historic reform to deliver toughest firearms laws in the nation

17 Oct 2023, News


Missing Persons

16 Oct 2023, News


Racing Bike Recovery

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Anonymous or Confidential?

28 Sep 2023, News

Campaigns, News

Crime Stoppers put spotlight on organised crime syndicates involved in illicit drug trade

12 Sep 2023, Campaigns


Crime Stoppers Day 2023

22 Aug 2023, Campaigns


Is ‘dobbing’ a good thing?

15 Aug 2023, News


Illegal drugs campaign material in 8 languages

02 Aug 2023, Organised crime & illegal drugs


Results of your information

25 Jul 2023, News


What do we mean by ‘suspicious’?

05 Jul 2023, News

What does a safer WA look like to you?

My business and customers feel safe

Phil Leederville

People are taking care of my Mum

Jane Maylands

I can hang out with friends without any stress

Sharmaine Broome

My family and community are happy and thriving.

Jules Belmont

Working together for a safer WA

We can all play our part and work together to help create safer communities.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

Working Together by DuShong

The artwork titled ‘Working Together’ represents the Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia working together in harmony to rejuvenate the land by controlled fires.

In this artwork it also represents our community today working together to keep our neighbourhood safe from crime.

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