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Key benefits & value

Align with a charity that helps to deliver positive safety and well-being outcomes for the WA community.

Benefit from a positive association with a not-for-profit organisation which holds a high trust rate among the community.

Fulfill your obligations for corporate social responsibility or enhance your ESG (environment, social and governance) portfolio.

Research shows that for every $1 invested in Crime Stoppers, there is an $11 return in value to the community.

Government partners

We partner with government agencies to share information and collaborate on providing personalised, anonymous reporting services.

Dept of Justice

Government Partner / GovConnect

This Department, which is responsible to the Attorney General, provides valuable support to Crime Stoppers WA.

Corrective Services use the Crime Stoppers WA anonymising platform to directly receive reports about prison matters and share any valuable information with other agencies on this platform.  If you have information regarding prison matters, please make a report here.

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WA ScamNet

Government Partner / GovConnect

The partnership between WA ScamNet and Crime Stoppers WA promotes the reporting of scams, frauds and other criminal activity as well as providing advice, help and alerts for those affected by scammers. If you have information about scammers, please make a report here

WA ScamNet profiles the most prevalent scams targeting Western Australians and provides information on different types of scams, how to recognise scams, and what to do if you have received a scam. It also provides links to other useful websites.

WA ScamNet gathers information from consumers and businesses and profiles scams that have targeted Western Australians. Simply by sending in your suspect emails and letters, Consumer Protection can identify the most prevalent scams and provide information to law enforcement agencies here in Australia and overseas.

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Dept of Water & Environmental Regulation

Government Partner / GovConnect

The partnership with Dept of Water & Environmental Regulation (DWER) allows the public to report directly to DWER using the Crime Stoppers WA anonymous reporting platform. If you have information regarding illegal dumping, pollution or other environmental matters, please make a report here

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation supports Western Australia’s community, economy and environment by managing and regulating the state’s environment and water resources.

The department is responsible for environment and water regulation, serving as a ‘one stop shop’ for industry and developers, with the aim of streamlining and simplifying regulation

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Dept of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Government Partner / GovConnect

The partnership with Dept of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) allows the public to report directly to DPIRD using the Crime Stoppers WA anonymous reporting platform.  If you have information regarding illegal fishing or agricultural matters, please make a report here.

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Small Business Development Corporation

Government Partner / GovConnect

We’re pleased to partner with the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) who are using the Crime Stoppers WA anonymous reporting platform to directly receive information relating to COVID-19 grant fraud.  If you have information regarding this matter, please make a report here.

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WA Police

Government Partner

A successful partnership since 1995 where Crime Stoppers WA gathers information from the public and forwards this to police for their investigations and intelligence holdings.

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Other Government partners

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We also work with the

AFP’s National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC)


eSafety Commissioner on important campaigns.

Business partners

Sponsorship opportunities exist for the private sector to support a particular program or our crime prevention campaigns in general.

If you’re not in a position to offer sponsorship, perhaps your expertise in media, marketing or ICT could be useful to us as a pro bono service.  This could help your staff fulfill their corporate social responsibility by providing professional services.  Or you can enhance your ESG (environment, social and governance) portfolio and include Crime Stoppers in your investments.

Any profits made by Crime Stoppers are returned to the community we service.

Sponsors – we are proud to partner with a range of businesses who provide financial, pro bono and community support to complement the service we offer.

Local partner

Westral is proud to announce that it has formed a Crime Prevention Partnership with Crime Stoppers Western Australia.

Having commenced manufacturing doors, screens, blinds and awnings in 1973, Westral, together with the Crime Prevention Bureau, helped develop the security doors and screens we see today. Westral is constantly looking to improve each and every security product it manufactures and has its own testing facilities in-house. It also uses Standards Australia as an independent testing authority to conduct manufacturing and testing audits on its products. That is why Westral can use the Australian Standards 5 ticks logo on its doors, something no other company in Australia can make claim to.

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Home security products, that is, Security Doors and Window Screens plus Window Security Film, are a major part of Westral’s business so we are particularly proud to be partnering with such an esteemed community policing service.


Albert Walmsley, Managing Director, Westral


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Media partners

We partner with media to help raise awareness of unsolved cases and current crime prevention campaigns and messages.


Media Partner

PerthNow Local is part of Seven West Media, the most influential media organisation in the State, and is committed to reporting the latest in suburban news, sport, entertainment and more.

The printed editions cover the entire Perth metropolitan area, from Yanchep and Two Rocks in the north to Kwinana/Cockburn in the south, and our journalists are on the ground in your local community every day reporting on the grassroots issues that affect you.

Our support of Crime Stoppers WA is at the core of the PerthNow Local philosophy to keep our communities informed and up to date.

Every week, PerthNow Local newspapers publish open/unsolved cases to encourage the public to report any information that might help solve recent crimes.

PerthNow Local hopes our support of a valued community-based organisation in Crime Stoppers WA will result in a better understanding of crime issues and active responses by members of the Perth community.

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Curtin FM

Media Partner

Curtin Radio 100.1FM plays a unique mix of 60’s, 70’s & 80’s rock and pop.

Covering the Perth metro market and streaming around the world on the Internet, Curtin Radio attracts 171,000 each week. It appeals to youthful nostalgia seekers and active retirees, with a vibrant mix of 60’s, 70’s & 80’s rock and pop.

Curtin Radio has a strong involvement with the community and is delighted to be partnering with Crime Stoppers WA in a monthly segment with Jenny Seaton. This discussion will focus on asking the community to help solve open cases and discuss topical crime issues and community safety campaigns.

The station also participates in open days, movie screenings, country music events, community spots, outside broadcasts and fundraisers.

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Education partners & projects

We partner with education organisations to deliver high quality teaching resources, industry-specific student projects, community leadership programs and child safety campaigns.

Civics & Citizenship Teacher Resource

Education Partner

Created by education experts and endorsed by Education Services Australia, these free, engaging resources help teachers present Civics & Citizenship Australian curriculum-aligned materials in an engaging way.

Available on Scootle, FUSE and the Crime Stoppers Australia website.

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Ethical Leadership Program

Education Partner

Crime Stoppers WA partnered with the Edmund Rice Centre WA and Edith Cowan University to develop an Ethical Leadership program for young and emerging leaders in culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) communities.The aim of the program is to empower young leaders to find their voice and influence cultural mindsets that encourage the concealment of criminal activity.

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Edith Cowan University student projects

Education Partner

University students and Crime Stoppers WA have supported each other through important industry projects and campaign designs.

eSafety Commissioner collaboration

Education Partner

We have worked with the eSafety Commissioner to share valuable fact sheets for parents, carers and children about the dangers of unwanted contact online and child sexual abuse material.

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Partners help us make the WA community safer. Find out more about how your organisation can make a difference.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

Working Together by DuShong

The artwork titled ‘Working Together’ represents the Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia working together in harmony to rejuvenate the land by controlled fires.

In this artwork it also represents our community today working together to keep our neighbourhood safe from crime.

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