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 by getting involved in team environments based around sport, arts, music and dance.

Drug dealers don’t care about the harm they cause to you, your family, friends or colleagues and information from the public is so important in the fight against illegal drug dealing.

The Crime Stoppers ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign is a national program funded by the Federal Government to help stop Australia’s supply chain of illicit drugs, including methylamphetamine (ice), cocaine, MDMA, heroin and cannabis.

We’re not asking you to ‘dob’ in your mates through the ‘Dob in a Dealer’ campaign.  We’re asking you to BE a mate and look after the safety and happiness of your friends, your family and your colleagues by safely reporting to Crime Stoppers anything you have seen or heard that could relate to the import, manufacture or supply of illicit drugs.

Together we can keep our families and communities safe and halt the harm caused by drug dealers.

We’re interested in what you know, not who you are

Reporting to Crime Stoppers is a safe and secure way to provide any information you have on illegal drug dealing or manufacture.  Whether you use our online report form or contact us by phone, you can remain anonymous – that means there’s no caller ID on the phones, your call is never recorded and for online reports we don’t have access to any of your personal data or IP address.

Criminal drug related activity is not only costing millions of dollars in healthcare and law enforcement, but it is tragically and unnecessarily tearing apart families and communities and costing human lives.

You don’t have to have the complete story. Your small piece of information could be the missing piece of the puzzle.


The WA leg of Crime Stoppers “Dob in a Dealer” campaign was officially launched at Grovelands Primary School, Camillo by Senator Linda Reynolds CSC, Assistant Minister for Home Affairs and Senator for Western Australia.

Senator Reynolds was joined by WA Police Superintendent (Organised Crime) Kim Massam, City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones OAM JP and Armadale MLA Dr Tony Buti.

Students at Grovelands Primary School in Camillo were treated to a masterclass in soccer and football activities with Sam & Daniel who are part of the Together We Can Aboriginal Corporation and David Wirrpanda, from the Wirrpanda Aboriginal Foundation.