Comment on the draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan

Published: Wednesday, 7 November 2018 at 1:38:25 PM

Draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan

Safety is fundamental to the liveability of a town. The actual and perceived safety of our residents, businesses and visitors is a priority. The Shire aims to improve the wellbeing and safety of the community, through the development and implementation of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

The Shire is working with other agencies to update the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan (CSCPP) for Kununurra and Wyndham and want to hear from the community on ideas that should be included in the Plan.

The CSCPP aims to promote a collaborative approach to crime prevention and safety across all levels of government and the wider community to improve the effectiveness and implementation of the actions and activities identified.

The draft CSCPP is based on information derived from community and key stakeholder engagement undertaken as part of the renewal of the Strategic Community Plan, Australian Bureau of Statistics demographic data, WA Police crime statistics, previous crime prevention activities undertaken and benchmarking and research.

To help finalise the CSCPP, we welcome you to have your say and provide feedback on this draft plan. The draft CSCPP will be on public exhibition from 6 November through to 10 December 2018. You can provide comments and submissions via;  

  • Email: mail@swek.wa.gov.au
  • Online: www.swek.wa.gov.au/consultations
  • Post: PO Box 614 Kununurra WA 6743

Need help providing feedback? We want to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to provide ideas and feedback

  • If you or someone you know would like to talk to us in person about the draft CSCPP, please phone our Shire Customer Services on 08 9168 4100
  • Printed versions of the draft CSCPP are also available upon request.

To find out more about the Draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan and to provide input please head to the Shire’s “Have Your Say” Webpage www.swek.wa.gov.au/consultations/.

 

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