WA Police “Frontline 2020” operating model trial

Come along to the Fremantle Town Hall on Thursday, 26th June 2014 at 6.00pm and listen to WA police commissioner Karl O’Callaghan. Karl will conduct a forum on the new Policing model, putting more police officers on the front line in a new structure from September 2014.

Hear what this means for our businesses and community. This will be your chance to hear directly from the WA police commissioner and ask questions.

The six-month trial is a key part of the Frontline 2020 Reform Program and is designed to:

  1. Enhance the focus on local policing;

  2. Reduce growing demand on WA Police through problem solving;

  3. Improve control over resources;

  4. Optimise the use of resources by becoming more effective, efficient and productive.


For more information 

Community members who need urgent police assistance should call 000 (for emergencies only) or 131 444.

The local police teams will provide their community members with mobile phone numbers for the purpose of speaking with a local officer about a local issue.

Contact details for local police teams can be found here.




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