Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urged to Dob in a Dealer

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City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mayor John Bowler has urged the community to get behind Crime Stoppers two week intensive campaign Dob in a Dealer and report any information on drug manufacturers or suppliers. 
The campaign, launched by Crime Stoppers CEO Kim Harrison and supported by Kalgoorlie Police and Detectives, encourages the community to anonymously identify drug dealers and help to reduce the supply of drugs in the Goldfields.
Mr Bowler expressed his support of the Dob in a Dealer program to address the prevalence of drugs in the community.
“It is very sad that the majority of people know someone who has been impacted by drugs, and it is clear that the affects reach much further than the user.”
“We want to see drug use, drug supply and drug related crimes significantly decreasing in our City so we can ensure it remains a safe place to live for everybody.”
“I encourage all community members to report any information to Crime Stoppers that can assist in addressing what is a devastating social problem and to take a leading role in tackling drugs in our community.”
To report information about a drug manufacturer or supplier in the community contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 for a confidential conversation or report online securely at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.