WA Government

Local Partner

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


Recent crime reduction-related media statements from Hon Paul Papalia 

New Police Commissioner announced

Record funding and more police than ever before for WA

New initiatives to tackle youth crime in the Pilbara

$40.4 million package to tackle juvenile crime in the Kimberley

Thin Blue Line goes high tech as WA Police turn to the future

New laws to balance legitimate gun ownership with community safety

Another 56 police officers join the frontline

Operation Regional Shield to crack down on Kimberley youth crime


Recent crime-reduction related media statements from Hon John Quigley 

Seized funds directed to programs that curb youth offending

New laws give police powers to disrupt and dismantle criminal gangs

New anti-consorting scheme set to obstruct organised criminal activity in WA

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


Recent crime-reduction related media statements from Hon Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for the Environment 

New Crime Stoppers partnership to help catch environmental crooks


Recent crime-reduction related media statements from Hon Simone McGurk

New campaign: ‘Don’t be silent’ on violence