Hi Everyone

Nominations for the AGM on Sunday November 2 at 2pm are:

Graeme Wyatt has been nominated as Vice President

Jenny Rose has been nominated as President

Judy Wyatt has been nominated as Treasurer.










  • Community Assistance Grants – Applications Open 1 July

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    Community Assistance Grants – Applications Open 1 July    

                                Funding Round opens 1 July
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    Community Assistance Grants Funding Round open from 1 July to 29 August

    The City of Mandurah is committed to financially supporting local community groups. The Community Association Fund is open for community projects up to $1000. The Partnership Fund is open for a longer term. Funding is available for 3 years up to $5000 per year.



    Developing Great Projects Come and meet the grants team and get some tips about;
    • how to develop robust projects
    • what to put in a grant application and what to leave out
    • what other funding is available
    When:  Friday, 18 July 9.00am to 12.30pm Venue: Tuckey Room, 63 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah
    Online Application Assistance Not so computer savvy? Get help with your online grant application
    When:  Thursday, 24 July 9.30am to 11.00am              Monday, 28 July 9.30am to 11.00am Venue: Digital Hub, Mandurah Library, 331 Pinjarra Road, Mandurah
    To attend any of these sessions or to discuss a grant idea contact a Community Development Officer on 9550 3850 or email For more information go to
    Register for Workshops
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                                    Waroona Police Station

(Encompassing the localities of Waroona, Hamel, Wagerup, Lake Clifton, Preston Beach and Nanga Brook)

                                    FROM THE OFFICER IN CHARGE

Firstly, I would like to apologise for the delay since our last newsletter.  We now have a new way to deliver our newsletters and crime alerts to you, it is called ewatch and we look forward to being able to again provide information to you in a timely manner.

I ask everyone who receives this email to encourage others to join.  ewatch is an easy way to find out what’s happening in your community. You can connect with your local Police and Council to help make your neighbourhood a safer and more vibrant place to live. So, be involved and keep informed.

We have been very busy since our last newsletter. To give you a snap shot of what’s been happening, since the 1st of January this year we have –

  • dealt with 124 offenders;
  • preferred 200 charges;
  • seized 25 vehicles;
  • and issued 506 infringements.

I would also like to thank those in the community who continue to provide us the valuable information we need to make a difference.

Kind regards,

Jeff Taylor                                                                                                                                   Sergeant 9759


                                    ONLINE SERVICES

With new technology there are now a number of ways to report incidents, complete forms, provide and obtain information from WA Police. You can do this by going to the WA Police website and visitng our Online Services page.  Please click here or on the image below to visit the page.

                                    SEARCH WARRANTS

We have again executed a number of search warrants targeting the sale and supply of illict drugs. Four offenders will be attending the Mandurah Magistrates Court in the near future charged with drug related matters.

                                    HOON DRIVING

We have confiscated several vehicles under the anti-hoon laws.  We received timely and quality information from members of the public to assist us in nabbing the ‘hoons’.

On Friday the 9th of May 2014, Waroona Police stopped a 18 year old Two Rocks man on the Forrest Highway.  He had only held his driver’s licence for two months before having it cancelled in court. We then caught him travelling to “Groovin’ the Moo” at 177km/h. He will face the Mandurah Magistrates Court on charges of Reckless Driving and No Authority to Drive (Suspended), his vehicle was impounded for 28 days.

Below is a sample of some of the many cars seized in the last couple of months.

                                    NEW ADDITIONS

A new custody suite was recently installed to the rear of the police station.  This facility is now in operation.

We recently took possession of the below concept car.  Our new vehicle, call sign RW202, has automatic number plate recognition capabilities.  This identifies amoungst other things, stolen vehicles, unlicensed drivers and unlicensed vehicles.

                                    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CONTACT NUMBER

If you are looking to contact the Department of Transport within our police station please call 9733 3021.

See the weekly crime statistics for your suburb

Our crime statistics cover residential burglaries, commercial burglaries, motor vehicle theft, graffiti and vandalism. Each offence is listed by suburb. If no offences were recorded in a suburb it will not be listed.

Contact WA Police

If you require police assistance or see suspicious behaviour please call 131 444 immediately.
If you have any information on a crime please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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