National Security

National Security Hotline

If you have information regarding suspicious activity, please call the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400 or email.

What police are doing

The Western Australia Police, as one of the State’s key emergency response agencies, takes seriously its responsibility to be well-prepared to deal with any emergency that might occur. Read more...

National Terrorism Public Alert

The Australian Government has raised the National Terrorism Public Alert level from medium to high. Read more...


Living Safe Together

Living Safe Together

This website provides information on what communities and the Australian Government are doing to build resilient communities that take action against violent extremism. Read more...

How to report online violent extremism

How to report online violent extremism

Use this form to report to the National Security Hotline any material that you’ve found on the internet that is violent extremist in nature or could encourage radicalisation towards violence. Read more...

Security checklist for critical infrastructure - Should I report it?

Security checklist for critical infrastructure ( 378kb)

A simple checklist for people to identify suspicious behaviour. View checklist ( 378kb).

Office of State Security and Emergency Coordination

Office of State Security and Emergency Coordination

In 2002, Commonwealth, State and Territory Leaders signed an Agreement on Australia's National Counter-Terrorism Arrangements. Read more...

Help with emergencies

Help with emergencies

Information on getting information during a community emergency. Read more...