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Only use the 000/106 emergency service when an immediate response is required, to contact police while a crime is happening or if someone is in immediate danger.
Help reduce arson by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 to report arson, any suspicious activity or fire lighting.
Drink spiking occurs when alcohol or another substance is added to your drink without your knowledge. Drink spiking is illegal.
Fraud has been identified as the most expensive crime category in Australia with fraud and deception-related offences believed to be the largest category of all federal offences from all levels of Australian courts.
The first spectacular gold finds of the early 1890s, in the Boulder region, also founded our state's mining boom-towns of Coolgardie, Boulder and Kalgoorlie.
If you witness a homicide occurring, you should immediately call police on the emergency 000 number.
Legislation has been passed by the WA Parliament that allows police to take DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) samples, and other identifying information from some members of the community.
The Western Australia Police Force, in partnership with the Department of Corrective Services and Department of Education, are diverting early and minor young offenders from the formal judicial system and further offending behaviour.
The WA Police Force Licensing Enforcement Division manages the compliance and enforcement of licensing across Western Australia, as required by the following legislation.
Organised crime is when two or more people work together to carry out some type of criminal activity in order to profit.
What are proceeds of crime? Proceeds of crime are any assets that have been obtained unlawfully.
The Sex Crime Division works closely with police in regional Western Australia and investigates crimes throughout the state.
Australians are vigorous consumers of technology, with one of the highest adoption rates in the world.
To report a stolen vehicle call police on 131 444 or contact your local police station.
Last updated: Jul 28, 2023