Winner of the schools graffiti prevention competition announced
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.
Celebrating 20 years with a successful Crime Stoppers Week
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.