CRIME STOPPERS Western Australia

CRIME STOPPERS WA enables you to anonymously report crimes and suspicious behaviour.

We make sure your information gets to the right people, helping you make your community safer.

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Reporting is confidential – we only need your information to solve crime, not your name.

If this is an emergency, call 000 for police attendance, call 131 444

Drug dealers targeted in Crime Stoppers ice campaign

Members of the public are being encouraged to play a key part in a new national Crime Stoppers campaign aimed at reducing the availability of illegal drugs and putting drug dealers behind bars.

The WA part of the national ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign will run in partnership with the WA Police in drug hotspots around the State during the next few months.

Members of the community hold the key to cleaning up drug activity in their area by observing and reporting what they see, especially near where they live, work or travel. This initiative empowers everyone to telephone their concerns anonymously to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at

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Winner of schools graffiti competition

The overall winner of the 2015 Crime Stoppers WA Graffiti Action Challenge for schools was presented with the winner's cash prize of $600 by the Minister for Police Liza Harvey on 10 December.

The winning entry by Amelia Pengelly from Year 7 at Rossmoyne Senior High School showed excellent originality, creativity and practical solutions for reducing graffiti vandalism, according to the competition judges.

As the winner’s school, Rossmoyne receives the school prize of two sessions of mural painting on-site by well-known performance artist Phil Doncon.

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Celebrating 20 years of Crime Stoppers WA

Crime Stoppers WA celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special cocktail function on 16 February 2015.

The function also marked National Crime Stoppers Day as well as the launch of Crime Stoppers Week in Western Australia.

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Helping to keep Western Australia safe for 20 Years
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