Law enforcement

Dealing with criminal activities and improving public safety.
The Community Protection website provides access to photographs and information on Western Australia’s most dangerous and high risk sexual offenders.
A photo card provides anyone aged 16 years or over with a recognised form of personal identity, primarily for use in accessing licensed premises in Western Australia.
Find contact information and office hours for your local police station.
Find out about the use of firearms within Western Australia, applications for a firearm licence, safety, storage requirements, dealers and commercial carriers.
Licence Renewal Notices are issued to licence holders about 28 days before the expiry date of the licence. Payments can be made online.
Access payment options and information for firearms infringements.
Anyone can report suspected serious misconduct or corruption by Western Australian public officers to the Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC).
Crime Stoppers enables you to anonymously report criminal activity and suspicious behaviour.
Anyone can report acts of graffiti vandalism against public assets, community facilities or private property.
A restraining order makes it against the law for that person to come near you or your property.
ewatch is an email based system that keeps you connected to your local police and council so that you can be proactive in making your community safer.
Information and support services for victims of crime, including tips on how to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.

Consult services offered by local governments or the Federal Government

If you have not found the information or service you are looking for, you may wish to consult local governments or the Federal Government.

Consult the Federal Government website

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