Draft Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan

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Public comment closed on 13 March 2020. Please watch this page for future updates!

Background

In July 2019 the City of Kalamunda commenced the process of developing its Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan for 2019-2024 which will build on the City’s existing community safety activities and will supersede the previous Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2013-2018. Part of this process sought community feedback to identify the current perceptions of safety and crime in the City which guided the development of the draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

The draft Plan was advertised for public comment from 21 February to 13 March 2020.

Engagement Activities & Promotion

Residents were able to give their feedback via a feedback form which was made available online via the City's engagement platform and all City locations (Administration, libraries and recreation centres). The survey was also promoted on the City's social media platforms and in the local newspaper.

Outcomes

The draft Plan was finalised based on community feedback and will be presented to the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee for endorsement to Council for adoption in late 2020.

For more information, please refer to the Community Engagement Report.

Background

In July 2019 the City of Kalamunda commenced the process of developing its Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan for 2019-2024 which will build on the City’s existing community safety activities and will supersede the previous Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2013-2018. Part of this process sought community feedback to identify the current perceptions of safety and crime in the City which guided the development of the draft Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

The draft Plan was advertised for public comment from 21 February to 13 March 2020.

Engagement Activities & Promotion

Residents were able to give their feedback via a feedback form which was made available online via the City's engagement platform and all City locations (Administration, libraries and recreation centres). The survey was also promoted on the City's social media platforms and in the local newspaper.

Outcomes

The draft Plan was finalised based on community feedback and will be presented to the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Committee for endorsement to Council for adoption in late 2020.

For more information, please refer to the Community Engagement Report.

Public Comment: Draft Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan

Public comment closed on 13 March 2020. Please watch this page for future updates!