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STEALING – ALBANY HIGHWAY KELMSCOTT WA – 30 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11474
  • Date

    30 Apr 2024

FRAUD – SAFETY BAY ROAD BALDIVIS WA – 26 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11473
  • Date

    26 Apr 2024

DAMAGE – ALBANY HIGHWAY VICTORIA PARK WA – 20 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11472
  • Date

    20 Apr 2024

STEALING – JULL STREET ARMADALE WA – 08 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11471
  • Date

    08 May 2024

STEALING – BUTLER BOULEVARD BUTLER WA – 03 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11470
  • Date

    03 May 2024

STEALING – YAGAN SQUARE PERTH WA – 26 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11469
  • Date

    26 Apr 2024

STEALING – KARRINYUP ROAD KARRINYUP WA – 29 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11468
  • Date

    29 Apr 2024

STEALING – MURRAY STREET PERTH WA – 02 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11467
  • Date

    02 May 2024

STEALING – WELWYN AVENUE MANNING WA – 06 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11466
  • Date

    06 May 2024

STEALING – WELLINGTON STREET PERTH WA – 24 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11465
  • Date

    24 Apr 2024

STEALING – YIRRIGAN DRIVE MIRRABOOKA WA – 02 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11464
  • Date

    02 May 2024

STEALING – MURRAY STREET PERTH WA – 01 MAY 2024

  • Case

    11463
  • Date

    01 May 2024

ASSAULT – QUEEN STREET PERTH WA – 26 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11462
  • Date

    26 Apr 2024

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY – JOONDALUP DRIVE JOONDALUP WA – 27 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11461
  • Date

    27 Apr 2024

BURGLARY – ROSSINI CIRCLE ELLENBROOK WA – 16 APRIL 2024

  • Case

    11460
  • Date

    16 Apr 2024
Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

Working Together by DuShong

The artwork titled ‘Working Together’ represents the Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia working together in harmony to rejuvenate the land by controlled fires.

In this artwork it also represents our community today working together to keep our neighbourhood safe from crime.

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