Driver and Vehicle Services gets alertedThe Department of Transport (DoT) has established an Alert Us line to provide an avenue for Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) customers who wish to report suspicious, unethical or corrupt behaviour relating to a driver, a vehicle or a person's identity.
The Department of Transport (DoT) has established an Alert Us line to provide an avenue for Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) customers who wish to report suspicious, unethical or corrupt behaviour relating to a driver, a vehicle or a person's identity.
DoT's Director General, Richard Sellers said reporting suspicious, unethical or corrupt behaviour actively helps DVS improve business practices and provides valuable information to help reduce unlawful and suspicious activity.
"If a person believes someone may be committing unlawful acts when performing their licensing duties, they should contact DoT via Alert Us.
"It is important DVS customers have an avenue to report this kind of activity should they have reason to believe a person's safety or identity is at risk", Mr Sellers said.
All reports will be taken seriously and even a small amount of information can help identify fraud trends, high-risk activities and issues that should be monitored.
"The Alert Us line is another way in which we can ensure DoT's safety and compliance responsibilities are to the highest standard", Mr Sellers said.
You can report suspicious, unethical or corrupt behaviour using the 'Alert Us' email address, telephone number or mailbox. You may remain anonymous.
For further information please visit the Alert us page.
- For privacy reasons, no information can be provided to you on the progress or outcome of investigations
- Alert Us reports can be made through the following options:
Media contact: Joanna Hynes 0412 027 383
Temporary Notices to Mariners (TNTM)Use the links below to view maps displaying all current TNTM in each region of Western Australia.
Please use the following links to view TNTM for each region of Western Australia.
- Great Southern.
- Mid West.
- South West.
- Swan and Canning Rivers.
Cancelled, withdrawn and expired TNTM are removed without notice.
Please also see navigational warnings.
Traffic Infringement Notice scamThere is currently a WA Police Traffic Infringement Notice scam email being circulated.
There is currently a WA Police Traffic Infringement Notice scam email being circulated.
- The email contains current WA Police logos and may seem legitimate, but it is not!
- Please do not click on any of the links in the email.
WA Police currently only issues traffic infringements by either handing an on the spot infringement to a person or posting a traffic infringement (either handwritten or camera) to the offender in the mail.
WA Police do not currently issue traffic infringements by email or SMS.
If you are unsure whether an infringement is real, you can visit WA Police website and click on the Infringements tab or call IMO call centre on (08) 9374 4555.
Telephone scam warningThe Department of Transport (DoT) would like to alert its customers to a potential telecommunications scam.
The Department of Transport (DoT) would like to alert its customers to a potential telecommunications scam where a caller, claiming to be from DoT, asks for insurance/personal details over the phone and may also involve automated calls asking customers to respond to a survey.
Further information relating to identity checks may be found on the DoT website under Verification of proof of identity.
If you think you have received a fraudulent phone call, please alert the Department of Commerce.