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‘If Only’ You’re Able To Stop A Tragedy

Posted September 23 2021 in

Cynda Miles’ sister breaks her silence over the Osmington shootings to make an impassioned plea on firearm safety. We know that mental health issues affect many Western Australian families.  The combination of these health problems and access to firearms is not a good mix, as demonstrated in this story. ‘If Only’ You’re…

Crime Stoppers urges locals to hand in unwanted or unregistered firearms

Posted August 19 2021 in

To help reduce the number of unwanted, unregistered, or illicit firearms in the community, Crime Stoppers WA is urging people living in Western Australia to take advantage of a national amnesty and surrender firearms and parts without fear of penalty. To help spread the word, Crime Stoppers WA is partnering with WA…

Safe2Say – integrity whistleblowing platform

Posted April 21 2021 in , ,

SAFE2SAY It takes a great deal of courage for people to pass on information they have regarding workplace misconduct or inappropriate behaviour. While many people want to share that information, they may be reluctant to do so because they don’t trust the internal reporting system provided and fear reprisals from the organisation…

Making it easier to teach Civics & Citizenship

Posted January 27 2021 in

Teaching Civics and Citizenship can be a challenge, but these free, award-winning, online resources can make it an easier and more engaging experience. There are 5 Themes, 24 Lesson Ideas and over 100 resources to use with your Year 7-10 students.  Apps, videos, tailor-made worksheets and website links give you the choice…

Celebrating 25 Years of Crime Stoppers in WA

Posted November 6 2020 in , ,

As part of its 25th anniversary celebrations, Crime Stoppers WA (CSWA) would like to thank everyone who has been part of the enormously successful partnership between the community, the WA Police Force, our sponsors and partners since it began in 1995. Before that, in 1976, Detective Greg MacAleese from Albuquerue in New…

International Award for Anonymity

Posted October 5 2020 in

Crime Stoppers WA has won a 2020 Crime Stoppers International – Specialised Program Award for implementing the Tor network into its online reporting to guarantee anonymity. Tor (The Onion Router) allows you to use the internet anonymously and the online report you submit passes through a minimum of three different global servers…

Research shows 1 in 5 Australians turn a blind eye to crime, says Crime Stoppers

Posted May 18 2020 in

An independent national survey commissioned by Crime Stoppers Australia has revealed as many as 1 in 5 Australians choose to turn a blind eye to unsolved crime and suspicious activity rather than speaking out – with another 1 in 3 survey respondents preferring to share information with family or friends rather than…

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…

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