Where is the Perth Watch House?
Project : EAST PERTH POLICE HEADQUARTERS – WATCH HOUSE
|Address||1-2 Adelaide Tce|
Do you have to give police your name in WA?
In WA, you have a general right to silence, which means you normally do not have to answer questions from police. There are some questions that by law you must answer, for example, your name, address and date of birth.
How many police stations are there in Western Australia?
150 police stations
The Western Australia Police Force is responsible for policing the world’s largest single police jurisdiction, covering Western Australia’s 2.5 million square kilometres with over 150 police stations across 8 metropolitan and 7 regional districts.
What cars do WA Police use?
The Superb wagons join WA Police’s other Highway Patrol vehicles, Kia Stinger sedans, with both models succeeding the homegrown Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon large cars of years gone by.
Can you film police in Western Australia?
Yes. Everywhere in Australia, the law says you can record in public, even if the police tell you to stop but you need to be aware of your legal obligations. Generally, you can also record conversations or activities that are ‘public’ even if they happen on private property.
How much do police officers earn WA?
The average salary for a police officer is $69,160 per year in Western Australia.
Do Wa cops carry guns?
All officers are armed when on duty. The standard firearm is the Glock 22 .
Are Australian police cars bulletproof?
The vehicles are security certified to Vehicle Resistance 4 (VR4), meaning they are bulletproof. The five X5s are fitted with BMW’s 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine and an array of security features such as bullet-resistant glass, armour ‘survival cell’ plating and an attack alarm and intercom system.
Are police cars manual or automatic Australia?
if you have difficulties using manual gears or a stick shift, then taking and passing the automatic driving test is easier than manual. what protects police officers in the front seat from violent prisoners in the back seat? around 70% of australian cars are automatic transmission.
Can I film police in Australia?
Can I record the police in a public place? Yes. Everywhere in Australia, the law says you can record in public, even if the police tell you to stop but you need to be aware of your legal obligations. Generally, you can also record conversations or activities that are ‘public’ even if they happen on private property.
Can the police unlock your phone?
No, the police can’t require you to unlock your phone without a search warrant. But even when police have a warrant, some courts have ruled that your cellphone password is protected by the Fifth Amendment and you cannot be compelled to share it.