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Be heard on community safety

Published on Tuesday 18 April, 2017

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City of Gosnells residents are urged to speak up and have their say in the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2018-2021.

City of Gosnells Deputy Mayor Julie Brown said the survey will be used to identify community safety and crime prevention priorities for the City.

Once complete, the City will use the plan to work in partnership with key stakeholders to address key community safety and crime prevention concerns identified by the community.

The survey will be open between Monday 1 May and Friday 30 June, and will be available on the City’s website.

Copies of the survey will also be available from the City’s libraries, Civic Centre, Leisure World, Canning Vale Police Station, Gosnells Police Station and the Gosnells District Neighbourhood Watch Resource Centre at Maddington Central shopping centre.

After 30 June, residents’ survey responses will be collated alongside feedback from community groups and agencies such as WA Police, and used to update the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan for the next three years.

Crime prevention and community safety initiatives at the City include programs targeting graffiti, theft, personal and home safety, business security, cyber safety, safety for seniors and more.

For more details, call Safe City on 9391 6022 or email safecity@gosnells.wa.gov.au