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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,…

Entries open for Graffiti Action Challenge

Posted July 14 2015 in

All secondary schools in WA are invited to participate in the Crime Stoppers free, curriculum-based graffiti prevention competition for students in Years 7, 8 and 9 during term 3. The aim of the Graffiti Action Challenge is for students to create and design practical solutions for limiting graffiti and raising awareness of…

Reporting crime is even easier with our new website

Posted July 13 2015 in

crimestoppers.com being used on a mobile device

Crime Stoppers WA has launched this new website to give people in Western Australia improved information and a more user-friendly online crime report form. All the pages in this website are responsive, which means you can easily read the content on your tablet or mobile phone, and you can also report criminal…

Empowering your local community

Posted July 10 2015 in

A record number of Western Australians are using Crime Stoppers to report crime Helping to combat crime is the work of Crime Stoppers. We empower everyone to play their part by providing a service that enables them to prevent and anonymously report suspicious and criminal behaviour. In October 2015 a record number…

Celebrating 20 years with a successful Crime Stoppers Week

Posted April 8 2015 in ,

Crime Stoppers WA celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special cocktail function on 16 February 2015. The function also marked National Crime Stoppers Day as well as the launch of Crime Stoppers Week in Western Australia. VIPs included Hon. Liz Behjat (representing the Minister for Police), WA Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan and…

Research confirms Crime Stoppers provides great value for money

Posted April 8 2015 in

There’s no doubt that Crime Stoppers provides value for money and a recent research report confirmed just that. The national study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) consultants in March 2015 compared the economic benefit of Crime Stoppers with the running costs, finding that across Australia Crime Stoppers delivers a wide range of benefits for the…

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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