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Adelaide Metro is committed to curbing incidents of graffiti and vandalism on public transport and associated infrastructure across the train, tram and bus network.

Graffiti attacks impact on the visual environment and affect not only public transport commuters but also the wider community.

The cost of cleaning graffiti is high, particularly as locations are subject to repeat attacks. This significant cost doesn’t include the inconvenience caused to commuters as a result of having buses, trains and trams taken offline for clean-up/removal work to occur.

In an effort to reduce graffiti attacks, Adelaide Metro has partnered with SA Police and Crime Stoppers SA to put the spotlight on graffiti vandals who cause damage.

Reporting

If you know someone, or have you seen someone graffiti or vandalise public transport facilities or infrastructure make a report to Crime Stoppers SA.

Reports can be made to Crime Stoppers by phone at 1800 333 000, online at the Crime Stoppers website, or by using the Report Suspicious Behaviour app. You can remain anonymous.

Rewards up to $1000 will be available for people who provide information that leads to the successful conviction of an individual for committing a graffiti-related offence on all types of public transport and associated infrastructure.

For non-urgent police attendance call the Police Attendance line on 131 444.

Terms and Conditions

Reward for information on graffiti vandalism offences.

Eligibility

  • Applicants will be eligible for a reward of up to $1000 for reporting information to Crime Stoppers about graffiti damage done to public transport and infrastructure that leads to a successful conviction of the person responsible.
  • If someone wants to provide information and be eligible for a potential reward, they must phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or make an online report at the Crime Stoppers website or via the Report Suspicious Behaviour app.
  • Graffiti attacks or damage must have been undertaken between 22 November 2018 and 30 June 2019.

Privacy and Confidentiality

  • Terms and conditions relating to privacy and confidentiality are determined by the Privacy Policy of Crime Stoppers SA.
  • The details of any information provided as well as the details of the person providing the information will only be shared with SAPOL in accordance with the Privacy Policy of Crime Stoppers SA and the SAPOL Reward Scheme Standard Operating Procedures.

Liability

  • Terms and conditions relating to liability are determined by the Crime Stoppers SA’s Disclaimer.
  • Crime Stoppers SA and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is not liable for any incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete information provided via the various Crime Stoppers reporting mechanisms.