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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Report Crime Anonymously

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

Working Together to Help make WA safer

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

"Drug dealing is not welcome in my neighbourhood."

We are reaching out to you to help us stop drug dealers and make our neighbourhood safer.

"An appeal for help on the news led them to contact Crime Stoppers..."

We would love to hear about your Crime Stoppers story or experience. Help us understand each other more.

Your stories

Reporting suspicious behaviour to Crime Stoppers can be vital for solving a crime. We encourage you to share your story about how eyewitness information from the public solved a crime that affected you.

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Big jump in drug reports from campaign

A Crime Stoppers campaign to reduce drug dealing in WA is creating a big increase in crime reports from the public.

Conducted in regional areas, the Dob in a Dealer campaign has increased the number of drug and amphetamine related reports received at Crime Stoppers by around 50%.

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Tasteful support from Grill'd customers

Staff at the Grill’d restaurant in Mount Lawley recently selected Crime Stoppers WA as one of the community groups to benefit from their Local Matters program.

Local Matters is a community donation program at Grill’d, which gives back $500 to the local community every month from each of their restaurants.

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Drug campaign results in arrests and charges

A ‘significant’ amount of drugs and firearms have been seized by police from Geraldton, Dongara and Port Denison properties as the Crime Stoppers ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign continues to get results in WA’s Mid West.

Police say 35 arrests have been made, resulting in numerous seizures of drugs and weapons estimated at more than $50,000.

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