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Crime Stoppers achieves one contact every two minutes resulting in 100 apprehensions every week

Posted April 20 2020 in , ,

Throughout 2019 someone contacted Crime Stoppers every two minutes to share information about an array of unsolved crimes and suspicious activity, leading to an average of 100 apprehensions by police every week across the nation. In releasing its annual results, Crime Stoppers Australia Chair, Ms Diana Forrester thanked all Australians for putting…

Crime Stoppers launches national partnership with eSafety Commissioner to keep children safe online

Posted March 30 2020 in , ,

30 March 2020 Crime Stoppers has joined forces with the eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) to rollout a national Child Protection campaign, to help combat child sexual abuse and unwanted contact online. Today’s launch follows a highly successful pilot campaign in NSW last year which contributed towards a 62% increase in complaints about child…

Eyes on the Street Industry Reporting App

Posted September 5 2019 in

Explainer video Eyes on the Street, powered by Crime Stoppers WA, allows industry personnel to report suspicious activity quickly, easily and anonymously. Security guards, shire rangers, taxi & ride share drivers, couriers, hotel staff or mining workers, through the nature of their work, are the Eyes on the Street and may come…

Your information helps take 137,000 hits of ice off our streets

Posted May 20 2019 in ,

Drug dealers don’t care about the harm they cause and people in Western Australia are taking a stand against this menace within our communities. Information provided to Crime Stoppers assisted extensive police investigations and resulted in the seizure of $13 million worth of the drug ice or 137,000 hits being removed from…

Crime is crime in any language

Posted March 25 2019 in ,

For people in WA who speak a language other than English, providing information about criminal activity is now much easier with our safe and secure online report form available in a number of languages. This has been made possible by funding from Lotterywest and meticulous work from SBS In Translation who provided their…

Six things a drug dealer won’t tell you

Posted December 17 2018 in ,

With Crime Stoppers programs across Australia now rolling out their Dob in a Dealer activities, it’s timely to share some uncomfortable truths that a drug dealer won’t be in any hurry to reveal – and the reality can be just as painful as the misery they spread through their illegal activities. Here…

Keeping your bike safe and secure with Crime Stoppers WA

Posted October 16 2018 in ,

Crime Stoppers WA has developed a new service called BIKELINC that allows bike owners and related businesses to; list the bikes they own and their corresponding serial numbers, so they can be returned if stolen. provide WA Police with a tool to instantly search for and find owners of stolen bikes so…

Theft of bronze plaque from Kings Park’s DNA Tower

Posted October 15 2018 in ,

Sometime during the weekend of the 6th and 7th October, a large bronze plaque was stolen from the top of the popular DNA Tower in Kings Park. The distinctive round plaque is 62cm in diameter and shows distances to Perth landmarks like Rottnest, Fremantle Harbour and Perth city from the top of…

Over 57,000 Firearms Surrendered

Posted March 14 2018 in ,

Across Australia, 57,324 firearms were handed in, to be registered or destroyed, between July and September 2017 during the National Firearms Amnesty. This included around 2,500 fully-automatic or semi-automatic guns that were previously unaccounted for, and 2,900 handguns. Officers in Western Australia were handed a Buffalo Arms M1919A4 Browning machine gun which…

Nearly 26,000 firearms handed in during National Firearms Amnesty

Posted September 11 2017 in ,

25,999 firearms have been handed in across Australia in the first two months of the National Firearms Amnesty, with Australians surrendering an average of 464 firearms each day. This is a great result, and shows Australians are serious about protecting themselves, their families, and their communities. From 1 July – 30 September…

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