WA Government

Local Partner

Crime Stoppers is supported by the WA State Government, in particular the Hon. Michelle Roberts MLA, Minister for Police; Road Safety and Hon. John Quigley MLA LLB, JP, Attorney General.

 

Recent crime reduction-related media statements from Hon. Michelle Roberts  

New Meth Enforcement Vans to hit Western Australian highways

Police Minister unveils latest high-tech weapons in the fight against meth

National Missing Persons Week highlights distress and trauma

Community urged to help solve crime on Crime Stoppers Day 2018

$6.9 million to prioritise measures to help stop family and domestic violence

Minister praises meth seizures as WA’s Meth Border Force tackles scourge

New powers to help police follow the money trails of criminals

Expanded drug testing capability for police in Christmas crackdown

New speed camera interference technology laws commence in WA

 

Recent crime-reduction related media statements from Hon. John Quigley  

2018-19 Budget initiatives to strengthen community safety

New powers to help police follow the money trails of criminals

State Parliament passes tough new dangerous sex offender laws

Bill introduced to remove statutory limitation period for child sexual abuse actions

WA on track to join National Domestic Violence Order Scheme

Bill to target unexplained wealth from organised crime

Laws introduced to allow life imprisonment for meth traffickers