June 2009
Australian Motorcycle News;6/24/2009, Vol. 58 Issue 25, p9
The article focuses on the move of the Western Australian (WA) Police to launch a 50,000 Australian dollars advertising campaign to encourage the public to dob in a bikie. It notes that members of the community were encouraged to phone the Crime Stoppers hotline for a bikie information. According to the article, the campaign was launched by specialist crime assistant commissioner Wayne Gregson and WA Police Minister Rob Johnson aimed at reducing organised crime in the region.


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