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Our Community Impact

With your help we are achieving a significant impact on the safety of our community.

March 2019
+ 5300
contacts were made to Crime Stoppers WA

In March 2019, we received a record-breaking 5,315 contacts from community-minded Western Australians, who either reported online or phoned with information they had relating to criminal activity or suspicious behaviour.

2018
40%
of all contacts were online reports

Nearly 22,000 online reports were received in 2018, which equates to 40% of total contacts received.

2018
$11
A $1 investment in Crime Stoppers gives an $11 return in value to the community

This return is in relation to drugs seized, property recovered, investigation productivity savings and reduced fear of crime.

Communities are helping to solve crime

Crime Stoppers, as a registered charity, partners with the community, State Government and the police. This partnership has led to many successful outcomes for police and community safety.

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Are you aware of any criminal activity or have you noticed suspicious behaviour?

It's never too late to make a report. Your information could lead to a crime being solved.

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Crime Stoppers WA acknowledges the traditional owners of this country and their continuing connection to the land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Aboriginal people, their culture and to their elders both past and present.
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