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Statutory Review of Part 5A of the Community Protection (Offender Reporting) Act 2004.

Call for Submissions

The Minister for Police has approved the terms of reference for a statutory review to be conducted into the operation and effectiveness of the legislation which established the Community Protection Website. The Community Protection website is located at and is also known as the public sex offender register.

The purpose of the legislation was to enable the Commissioner of Police to make information available via a website about certain categories of offenders.

Interested members of the community and organisations are invited to make a written submission to the statutory review addressing the operation and effectiveness of the legislation and/or the website.

The closing date for submissions is 4 October 2017.

More details about the conduct and scope of the statutory review are contained in the links below. This includes an information paper and a submission template which have been designed to assist interested persons or organisations to make a submission.

Submissions can be made by email to or by post to:

Att: Reference Group
Statutory Review of Part 5A CPOR Act
Legislative Services
Western Australia Police Force
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Statutory Review of the Criminal Investigation Act 2006

An Issues Paper has been prepared following wide consultation within WA Police, an examination of case law in Western Australia and an examination of legislation in other Australian jurisdictions.

Stakeholders and members of the general public are invited to make submissions on the Paper and on any other issues concerning the Criminal Investigation Act.

Find out more about the review of the Act.

Is Your House In Order? (April 2009)

Is Your House In Order?

A new WA Police report re-visits liquor licensing practices, anti-social behaviour and statistics relating to various incidents occurring in the Northbridge precinct.

The report focuses on concerns identified by members of the public in relation to safety and crime matters in the entertainment precinct and the resources utilised to police them.

Also brought to attention are permits allowing extended trading hours by venues and the impact this has had on the surrounding community.

Is Your House In Order? (April 2009) ( 640kb)

Australian Criminal Intelligence Model (ACIM) Strategy 2012-15


The Australian Criminal Intelligence Management Model (the Model) and associated Management Strategy 2012-15 defines criminal intelligence as insights and understanding obtained through analysis of available information and data on complex offending patterns, serious organised crime groups or syndicates and individuals involved in various type of criminal activities.

Australian Criminal Intelligence Model (ACIM) Strategy 2012-15 ( 2mb)( text version 38kb)