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Fugitives arrested in nationwide hunt

Posted August 22 2016 in ,

Five fugitives have been arrested in the first few days of Operation Roam – Fugitive Hunt. Crime Stoppers launched the 2-week national campaign on 15 August 2016 with the aim of helping police to arrest 19 persons of interest who are on the run. Crime Stoppers is asking all Australians to make…

Big jump in drug reports from campaign

Posted August 1 2016 in , ,

A Statewide Crime Stoppers campaign to tackle drug dealing in WA is creating a big increase in crime reports from the public. Conducted in regional areas, the Dob in a Dealer campaign has increased the number of drug-related reports received at Crime Stoppers by around 50%. Crime Stoppers WA CEO Kim Harrison has…

Tasteful support from Grill’d customers

Posted July 28 2016 in

Staff at the Grill’d restaurant in Mount Lawley recently selected Crime Stoppers WA as one of the community groups to benefit from their Local Matters program. Local Matters is a community donation program at Grill’d, which gives back $500 to the local community every month from each of their restaurants. Staff select…

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…

Phone call leads to arrest of one of Australia’s most wanted fugitives

Posted January 14 2016 in

Picture of fugitive Kenneth Cook

One of Australia’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Kalgoorlie, after a tip off to Crime Stoppers from a member of the public. The fugitive had moved interstate to WA to elude police from his home in Queensland, making him one of the most difficult in Australia to track down. Kenneth…

Volunteers energetic at Perth Royal Show

Posted January 13 2016 in

Photo of Crime Stoppers volunteers and 3 girls smiling

Volunteers added some lively colour at the Crime Stoppers display in the WA Police pavilion at the 2015 Perth Royal Show, which ran from 26 September to 3 October. Crime Stoppers staff members and helpful volunteers chatted with interested visitors and provided them with information about our role in the community. Visitors…

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…

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