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‘We’ve got to think of meth as a different beast’

Posted March 25 2019 in , ,

By Eliza Wynn, Avon Valley Advocate – March 2019 As part of his work as the face of the Crime Stoppers WA Dob in a Dealer campaign, West Coast Eagles veteran Daniel Kerr visited students at Northam Senior High School last week to warn of the impacts of drugs. The previously troubled…

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…

WA continues to top national average meth consumption

Posted February 20 2019 in ,

Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission media release Western Australia continues to report the highest average methylamphetamine consumption in both capital city and regional sites of all locations tested nationwide, following the release of the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission’s sixth National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program report today. Based on the wastewater findings, between April…

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…

Double murderer Daniel Holdom jailed for life

Posted December 13 2018 in

Daniel James Holdom has received two life sentences for the double murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and her two-year-old daughter Khandalyce. Back in 2015, crucial information obtained by Crime Stoppers from members of the public led to the arrest of Daniel Holdom, 41, who was charged with the two murders. Ms Pearce-Stevenson’s body…

Crime Stoppers Live On Radio 6PR & Facebook Live and Radio 6iX

Posted December 11 2018 in

Each Tuesday afternoon, Crime Stoppers is on the Western Australia Police Force Facebook page Facebook Live on radio 6PR.  Around 4.20pm we chat about a few cases that will be in the West Australian newspaper each Wednesday. Each Saturday morning, at around 6.30am, we also talk Crime Stoppers on radio 6iX with…

Team Kerr helps launch WA ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign

Posted November 23 2018 in , ,

Matilda’s striker Sam Kerr and her ex-West Coast Eagles brother, Daniel, helped launch the Crime Stoppers ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign in WA. The sporting champions have come onboard with Crime Stoppers WA to help spread the ‘Dob in a Dealer’ message, as well as inspiring young children to make better decisions…

Crime Stoppers WA’s Civics and Citizenship program wins international award

Posted November 1 2018 in

CRIME Stoppers WA’s Civics and Citizenship program has been recognised at the 2018 Crime Stoppers International Conference in The Hague, Netherlands. The free online program, developed in 2017, links the themes of democratic values, active citizenship, laws and crime with the community reporting role of Crime Stoppers. Schools from across Perth have…

WA schools program wins international award

Posted October 31 2018 in

A unique Western Australian schools program that aims to help develop “good citizens” has won an international Crime Stoppers Award. The Civics and Citizenship program received the Crime Stoppers International “Specialised Program” Award at the 2018 Crime Stoppers International Conference in The Hague, Netherlands today (30 October). The free, online Civics and…

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…

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