Your safety and security is very important to the City of Stirling. Find out about the services provided by our Rangers and Security staff including information on responsible animal ownership, Holiday Watch, graffiti and ewatch.

RangersCity of Stirling Rangers 

City of Stirling Rangers provide a variety of services aimed at safeguarding our community, including the enforcement of numerous Acts of Parliament, Local Laws, and regulations.
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Security patrol

Find out about the City of Stirling's security patrol service. Are you going on holiday? Find out how to request a holiday watch services while you are away.
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Graffiti vandalism has a significant effect on the feeling of safety and the perceived fear of crime within the community. Graffiti is an expensive and damaging form of vandalism that costs Australians in excess of $100 million dollars a year. Find how more about preventing and removing graffiti and how you can help the City of Stirling to combat this issue.
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Abandoned Vehicles

A vehicle left on a carriageway, thoroughfare or public place for in excess of 24 hours may be assessed and declared an abandoned vehicle and may be impounded.
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North West Metropolitan District

WA Police has introduced a new operating model in the North West Metropolitan District. Extra police have been added to the district with response teams provide around-the-clock service, focusing on a quality response to priority tasks across the district.

Local police teams are based at the ten existing stations paying greater attention to local problem solving, and are more accessible to the community with mobile phone numbers.

Download the below document to view a map of the ten zones along with contact details and other information.
North West Metropolitan Police: Information Poster


eWatch is an email based system that connects residents and businesses to local Police and the City of Stirling. Join ewatch to receive monthly email updates on crime trends and statistics, safety initiatives, emerging issues and events that are specific to the City of Stirling. To join this free service, please go to the Ewatch website.

If you have any questions about the program, please email us on ewatch is provided State-wide through WA Police and Neighbourhood Watch and is proudly supported by the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA).