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Keeping your bike safe and secure with Crime Stoppers WA

Posted October 16 2018 in ,

Crime Stoppers WA is planning a new service that will allow bike owners and related businesses to; list the bikes they own so they can be returned, if stolen. provide WA Police with a tool to instantly search for and find owners of stolen bikes so they can be reunited. check if…

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…

Crime Stoppers launches Operation Roam: Rogue Radar

Posted August 21 2017 in ,

20 criminals named on the ‘Rogue Radar’ list. Crime Stoppers is calling on members of the public to stay alert and be on the lookout for 20 wanted fugitives named on the ‘Rogue Radar’ list. The offenders are currently at large and potentially hidden in plain sight in communities across Australia. Operation…

Citizens defeat terrorists

Posted June 15 2017 in , ,

Opinion piece featured in The Sunday Times, 28 May 2017 We can’t climb into the hateful minds of terrorists. How can we even start to understand how they rationalise indiscriminate slaughter of young people attending a pop concert? But we can identify with the outpouring of solidarity and compassion shown by affected…

Positive Impact in Pingelly

Posted May 29 2017 in , ,

Earlier this year, Pingelly Police identified that there was a perceived drug problem facing their community, but it was clear that the quantity and quality of intelligence they had was insufficient to tackle the drug issues effectively. Members of such a small community were regularly talking amongst themselves about certain things occurring…

Increase in contacts a credit to WA community

Posted April 5 2017 in , ,

A big response from the WA community has resulted in record numbers of reports being received at Crime Stoppers WA in 2016 and January 2017. In 2016, over 53,300 contacts (calls and online reports) were received 1/3 of all these contacts were made through the mobile-responsive, online report form available on the…

No crime is committed in secret

Posted February 9 2017 in , ,

Opinion piece featured in The West Australian 09 Feb 2017   Why do the nine principles of policing, developed over one hundred and eighty years ago by Sir Robert Peel, have as much significance today as they did back in 1829? Sir Robert Peel, founder of the London Metropolitan Police, set out…

Prize winning ‘Graffiti Helpsite’

Posted December 15 2016 in , ,

The winner of the 2016 Crime Stoppers WA Graffiti Action Challenge was awarded a $600 cash prize, which was presented by Crime Stoppers WA CEO Kim Harrison at a school assembly. Zoe Savidis tackled the problem of graffiti at its source. She created a website called “Graffiti Helpsite” which allowed graffiti vandals…

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