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No crime is committed in secret.

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

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We only need your information to solve crime, not your name.

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

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Our aim is to prevent and solve crime in Western Australia. Together with the police and yourself, we can reduce the impact of:

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Operation Bluesun to tackle illegal firearms

Help us identify the whereabouts of illegal firearms in your community

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“An anonymous tip-off to Crime Stoppers helps police find Tiahleigh Palmer's killer - her foster father Rick Thorburn who has pleaded guilty to her murder.”

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Crime Stoppers WA wins international award

This free, online & downloadable resource for teaching Civics and Citizenship received the Crime Stoppers International “Specialised Program” Award at the 2018 Crime Stoppers International Conference in The Hague, Netherlands.

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Anonymous tip-off helps find Tiahleigh Palmer's killer

It was an anonymous tip-off to Crime Stoppers in May 2016, that helped police find Tiahleigh Palmer’s killer – her foster father Rick Thorburn, who has pleaded guilty to her murder.

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Lisa Brown. $250,000 reward

Lisa Brown, a mother of two young children, was 19 at the time she disappeared from Northbridge over 19 years ago.

Lisa's boyfriend told police that at about 12.30am on November 10, 1998 she parted company with him, walking down Brisbane Street and turning into Palmerston Street.

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Crime Stoppers WA acknowledges the traditional owners of this country and their continuing connection to the land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Aboriginal people, their culture and to their elders both past and present.
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