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No crime is committed in secret.

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

We guarantee online and telephone contact anonymity.

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or call 1800 333 000

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


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:

Help us to purge the scourge of drugs in your community.

Communities help solve crime. You can help stop drug dealers and make our neighbourhoods safer

No crime is ever committed in secret.

It's never too late to make a report. Your information could lead to a crime being solved

Success Stories

“Two calls to Crime Stoppers led to the identification of the remains of a young mother and her toddler daughter who had been missing for more than 6 years.”

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Keep up to date with the latest news and impact reports from Crime Stoppers WA.

New CEO at Crime Stoppers WA

Nick Stagg, Partner at Lavan Legal and Chairman of Crime Stoppers WA is delighted to welcome Vince Hughes as the Crime Stoppers WA new Chief Executive Officer.

“I’m delighted to take on the role of strengthening the Crime Stoppers brand and continuing Kim Harrison’s great work. I’m also a great believer that no crime is committed in secret and somebody knows or suspects the perpetrator,” said Dr Hughes

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Reports from the public reach record numbers

Record numbers of WA residents are contacting Crime Stoppers to report their crime concerns. More than 150 people per day on average made reports in August.

For the first time, over 5,000 contacts were received in a month, comprising 3,420 answered phone calls and 1,588 ‘contacts other than calls’ in August.

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The man who brought Crime Stoppers to Australia

Forty years ago in 1976, a police detective in Albuquerque in the US State of New Mexico was becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of information coming from the public about a murder at a petrol station. Greg MacAleese believed apathy and fear of retribution by local residents was hindering the investigation.

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Helping to keep Western Australians safe for 22 years
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