Community safety is about more than just the level of crime that exists in a community but also about the community’s perceived level of safety.
There are many factors that influence how safe people feel in a community. Improving community safety requires all sections of the community to work together and build partnerships to create a safer environment for people to work, live and play in.
Information provided to police assist and contribute to investigations, research and evaluations. What you see or hear could be valuable for the police. You can provide information in a variety of ways.
Check the WA Police website on various ways you can assist
A community based program designed to encourage neighbours to create a network to look out for each other and their community. All suspicious activity should be reported police
Website: https://www.police.wa.gov.au/Our-Community/Neighbourhood-WatchEmail: email@example.comPhone: (08)
The City of Kalamunda partners with the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation to support the delivery of safety, crime prevention and citizenship theatre-in-education performances within the City's primary schools and early learning centres. In 2012-2013
over 3,000 children participated in 35 performances, which included the following themes:
Primary School Students
High School Students
Website: https://www.cccsf.org.au/programs/constable-care/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (08) 9272
Managed by the Office of Crime Prevention, 'Eyes on the Street' is a coordinated intelligence gathering initiative that enables
agencies to identify suspicious people, vehicles and/or criminal activities and to report that information to police.
All City of Kalamunda vehicles and employees have been provided with a reporting system, where they can send information of
suspicious activity and behaviour through to police. This information will be processed through Crime stoppers and disseminated to the local Police for investigation.
Website: https://www.crimestopperswa.com.au Phone: 1800 333 000