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Getting drug dealers off our streets

Posted June 28 2016 in , ,

  Listen to Omar Chahal and Kim Harrison talking to Vanessa Mills on the ABC Kimberley’s Mornings program about the Dob in a Dealer campaign.

South West urged to Dob in a Dealer

Posted May 27 2016 in , ,

From today, Crime Stoppers WA are targeting the South West region for a two-week intensive Dob in a Dealer drug campaign aimed at gathering information for WA Police intelligence about local drug dealing activity. Local residents are asked to report information about the manufacture and distribution of crystal methylamphetamine (‘ice’) and other…

Drug campaign results in arrests and charges

Posted May 20 2016 in ,

A ‘significant’ amount of drugs and firearms have been seized by police from Geraldton, Dongara and Port Denison properties as the Crime Stoppers ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign continues to get results in WA’s Mid West. Police say 35 arrests have been made, resulting in numerous seizures of drugs and weapons estimated…

Drug dealers targeted in national ice campaign

Posted March 16 2016 in , ,

Members of the public are being encouraged to play a key part in a new national Crime Stoppers campaign aimed at reducing the availability of illegal drugs and putting drug dealers behind bars. The WA part of the national ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign will run in partnership with the WA Police in…

Crime Stoppers leads identify mother and daughter in mystery murders

Posted December 23 2015 in ,

Two Crime Stoppers calls led to the identification of the remains of a young mother and her toddler daughter who had been missing for more than 6 years. Critical information from the 1,267th and 1,271st callers to Crime Stoppers provided the key breakthroughs in the sensational case, which has attracted national public…

Good public response to find wanted persons on the run

Posted August 26 2015 in , ,

Many Australians have responded well to the call from Crime Stoppers to help find some of Australia’s most elusive fugitives during Operation Roam, the joint operation between all State and Territory based Crime Stoppers and police jurisdictions. Crime Stoppers received 200 reports from the public nationally from Operation Roam, which have resulted…

Joint national operation to track down fugitives on the run

Posted August 17 2015 in , ,

A joint national operation between Crime Stoppers and all police jurisdictions around Australia was launched today to seek the public’s help to track down some of the country’s most wanted fugitives from justice. Chairperson of Crime Stoppers Australia Ltd, Bryan Roach, said Operation Roam, which will run from 17 to 28 August,…

The one mistake most car theft victims make

Posted February 20 2015 in

Would you leave tens of thousands of dollars on your bedside table? For most of us the answer is ‘of course not’ but if you drop your car keys somewhere obvious that’s precisely what you are doing. With the wide use of car immobilising technology in Western Australia, your car keys are…

Are you living next to a drug time bomb?

Posted February 19 2015 in

The manufacture of illicit drugs poses more than a risk to drug users – it creates danger for anyone who lives near the growing number of clandestine laboratories in Western Australia. WA Police found 84 so-called ‘clan labs’ last year and about 10% of the discoveries are due to a disaster, usually…

Inside the mind of your burglar

Posted February 18 2015 in

Of all the crimes against property committed each day in Western Australia, few shake the victim’s confidence as much as having their home robbed. WA home burglary rates haven’t changed much in recent years, with an average of one in 22 homes actually burgled and one in 28 experiencing an attempted burglary….

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