WA Police Force has adopted policies that provide a mechanism to recover costs associated with the deployment of police resources to major sporting and entertainment events in Western Australia.
Information and advice specifically catering for diverse communities, people with disability, people of diverse sexuality and/or gender and seniors.
Employees and immediate family members of the Western Australia Police Force rely on the support of their partners, children and other family members.
Neighbourhood Watch is a program to help neighbours watch out for neighbours.
The WA Police Force recognises the work, devotion and service of its personnel through a number of awards.
Do you know an outstanding police officer or police team? Nominate them for the Nine News WA Police Excellence Awards.
Printable and downloadable publications
WA Police Force acknowledges it is the fundamental right of all Australians to live in a safe and secure environment. Upholding this right is a core function of the WA Police Force.
The State CCTV Register provides a vision and framework for how CCTV can be used to enhance the safety and security of the Western Australian community.
Eligible organisations are invited to apply for funding to implement community crime prevention projects.
The Western Australia Police Force Pipe Band proudly serves the whole community of Western Australia and are the current Australian and South Pacific Grade 1 Champions.
Community based programs for the community, businesses and local government.
The CPCL Unit supports frontline police by managing crime-prevention initiatives and community-safety activities
Here are some extra activities that you may wish to use with your classes when looking at the different topics within the Young People's Zone.
Neighbours - everybody needs good neighbours!
A large assortment of property is auctioned including bicycles, electrical goods, furniture, power tools, sporting goods, vehicles and vehicle accessories.
Last updated: May 28, 2019