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Meet Senior Sergeant Swannell

Senior Sergeant Glenn Swannell
 Bibra Lake Police Coverage : 
 Meet our Local Officer in Charge

With what seems to be a greater number of reported incidents and issues it is good to know that we can turn to a number of crime prevention organisations.  The key organisation is of course our Police.  Other services are Cosafe and Neighbourhood Watch.  

Cosafe - The CoSafe service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year including all public holidays.

Community members are able to call for assistance on issues including anti-social behaviour, vandalism, suspicious behaviour, noise complaints and additional patrols (including Holiday Watch).  More information can be found here

Neighbourhood Watch - Cockburn Neighbourhood Watch is working to bring people in our City closer together through promoting the value of getting to know your neighbours and being available to support each other in times of need.  More information can be found here

Police - Our area is covered by Murdoch Police Station

120 Murdoch Drive, Murdoch 6150

Tel: (08) 9313 9000

Fax: (08) 9313 9001

Counter service open hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm


He can be contacted on 0466 318 116 Do not use the numbers above for emergency calls or to request police attendance.  These numbers are for you to contact your suburb’s local policing team to discuss local issues that don’t require immediate attendance. If they are unavailable you can leave a message and they will return your call.  Such current topics may be the concern over the trial bikes running around the area.  Senior Sergeant Glenn Swannell has been specifically assigned to Bibra Lake and South Lake to takle the problems that matter to us.  More details can be found here 

Local Issues : 
What issues are concerning you ?
With what seems to be a greater number of reported incidents and apparant issues, we would like to help you get your concerns raised and addressed.  Through our links with Bibra Lake Residents Association and many local authorities, we can help if you tell us about them.  So, if you don't feel comfortable raising issues with any of the above organisations, then drop us a line on