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Multicultural Eid Festival

Saturday 4 September 2021
Burswood Park

Thousands of people turned out at the Australian Arab Association’s Multicultural Eid Festival in early September. Constable Care and the local police joined Crime Stoppers at the event to promote various crime prevention services and campaigns, including the National Firearms Amnesty which aims to remove unwanted or unregistered firearms from the community.

Keeping students safe at UWA

Monday 17 February 2020
University of Western Australia

Crime Stoppers WA, the WA Police Force and UWA Security combined forces to advise students on how to keep safe while on campus.  We introduced new students to Bikelinc and raised awareness as to how Crime Stoppers keeps you anonymous when you make an online report. Thanks to Ghanshyam and Daniel at…

Bikelinc promo with City of Cockburn

Saturday 8 February 2020
North Coogee

Crime Stoppers WA partnered with the City of Cockburn in early February, and for the first 100 people who visited us at the North Coogee display and create a profile on Bikelinc, they received a free D-lock for their bike. Thanks to Daniel Hines and his team at the City of Cockburn…

WA Police Expo 2019

Saturday 23 March 2019
Police Academy, Joondalup

It was a busy day for Crime Stoppers WA at the Police Expo on Saturday 23 March. Nic Natanui of the West Coast Eagles signed a few autographs before taking children through some footy and soccer activities on the parade ground with Matt Fuller, former Western Reds rugby league player.  This was all…

Bunbury Aboriginal Youth Twilight Festival

Wednesday 27 February 2019
Carey Park Football Club, Carey Park, Bunbury

Nearly 100 children from the Bunbury area were treated to a masterclass in footy, soccer and cycling activities from Daniel Kerr, Mark LeCras and Matt Fuller. This was part of the Crime Stoppers Dob in a Dealer campaign which encourages people to report illegal drug dealing activity to Crime Stoppers.  Drug dealers…

UWA Expo

Monday 18 February 2019
University of Western Australia

Students at the Expo learnt about Crime Stoppers and how we’ve established trust in the WA community for over 24 years by offering a safe, secure reporting platform for people to provide information about criminal activity or suspicious behaviour.  

WA Launch of Dob in a Dealer

Thursday 22 November 2018
Grovelands Primary School, Camillo

Matilda’s striker Sam Kerr and her ex-West Coast Eagles brother, Daniel, helped launch the WA leg of Crime Stoppers ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign. Children from Grovelands Primary School were encouraged to make healthy choices, avoid drugs and feel safe reporting information about illegal drug dealing activity to Crime Stoppers. They were…

National Ride2Work Day

Wednesday 17 October 2018
Elizabeth Quay

Cycling enthusiasts joined Crime Stoppers WA at the National Ride2Work Day, learning about the safe reporting of criminal activity through Crime Stoppers and also about a new project to help WA Police return bikes to their rightful owners.

Crime Stoppers 2018 National Conference

Monday 8 October 2018
National Press Club, Canberra

The annual national conference is Australia’s leading forum for the collaboration of government agencies, businesses and community organisations to inform and inspire each other to develop community-based initiatives to help solve and prevent crime. But crime doesn’t occur in a vacuum, and the experience and insight of all Australians, which is so…

Mosman Park Community Fair

Sunday 25 March 2018
Mann Oval, Mosman Park

Crime Stoppers WA was invited to be part of this year’s Mosman Park Community Fair, joining other community and sports groups and enjoying the food stalls, live music, workshops and attractions. Awareness of Crime Stoppers is very high, but a true understanding of how we provide anonymity, how we partner with but…

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