Police, Fire and Emergency Services
Being alert, vigilant and calling in to the Police any incidents or suspicious activity, is all our responsibility. When you see something unusual or suspicious, no matter how trivial you think it may seem, report it. Your vigilance and action will help reduce criminal activity and anti-social behaviour in the community.
WA Police can assist with:
- Hooning and road policing
- Antisocial behavior
- Alcohol and drug concerns
- Noise complaints
- Neighbour / domestic disputed
- Burglary and Theft
- Privacy concerns
Important WA police numbers
To report an emergency with immediate threat to life or property happening right now.
Non-urgent Police Attendance: 131 444
To report a crime that has already happened, seek crime prevention advice or make Police aware of any policing issues.
Crime Stoppers WA: 1800 333 000 or online www.crimestopperswa.gov.au
If you see something suspicious or want to report information about a crime that has taken place, call or lodge a report anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
Neighbourhood Watch provides a way for local people to play an important part in addressing this balance and making their communities safer. Join the Alkimos Beach Neighbourhood Watch group on Facebook here.
City of Wanneroo Rangers can also provide advice and assistance in a number of ways:
- Littering and illegal dumping
- reporting graffiti and vandalism
- dog and pet registration
- reporting and returning lost pets
- monitoring beaches
- reporting abandoned vehicles
- patrols of City parks, reserves and buildings
- unauthorised street and verge parking
If you have any safety concerns, please contact the City's Ranger and Safety Services on 9405 5000 during office hours. After office hours, on 1300 138 393.
Or visit http://www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au/communityhealthsafety
Fires can threaten suddenly and without warning; people should be prepared to act without receiving any emergency warning.
Stay alert on hot dry days when bushfires are possible, regularly going outside to check for signs of a bushfire, especially smoke and flames. Here are some useful tips and links.
Look and listen for information on radio, TV, the internet, the DFES website, the DFES information line (1300 657 209) and speak with neighbours.
Have a bushfire survival plan and kit ready.
Act decisively the moment you know there is danger. Do not 'wait and see' and do not wait for emergency personnel to knock on the door before taking action as this can be fatal.
SES Assistance: 132 500
City of Wanneroo Fire Information
Community Resilience Plan
The Community Resilience Plan address disaster preparation, communication (during and after), safety and response. The plan has examined key risks for Alkimos Beach and Alkimos Vista, and provided an overview of the local community. It has identified vulnerable groups in the community and listed guidelines for emergency preparedness.