Attorney General Joe Berinson says the Opposition has reached an all time low with its constant gimmicks to talk up crime in Western Australia, while providing no new or useful solutions.
Mr Berinson said he doubted anyone would be fooled by the latest gimmick announced by George Cash - a crime hotline being held today for people to complain about law and order issues.
"The problems are already abundantly clear and nothing is gained from this sort of shallow exercise on the eve of the election," Mr Berinson said.
"The Opposition has already revealed the depth of its concern by allocating less than half the funds necessary to implement its promised 800 new police, and allocating no additional funds at all for other promises such as new juvenile rehabilitation centres, weekend detention facilities, and additional victims of crime units.
"They are very big on talk but very small on substance, remembering that 81 of the 95 promises in their policy have already been implemented, are almost identical to existing programs, or have been committed by the Government."
Mr Berinson said George Cash was insulting the intelligence of the public if he thought a crime hotline publicity stunt would be seen as providing a useful contribution to law and order concerns.