Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2022-2027

The City of Cockburn's response to PerthNow Cockburn on 14 June 2022 about the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2022-2027

Question: I see the council adopted a new five-year CSCP plan last Thursday, including a funding plan for a home CCTV subsidy. How much would each homeowner would be entitled to claim back?
 Cockburn Council has endorsed the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2022-2027 for community consultation, after which time the plan will be re-presented to Council for further consideration.

The home CCTV subsidy is proposed as an action item. If approved, the City will have an application process and assess crime rates in specific areas before providing a subsidy. Currently the subsidy will be based on crime rates, rather than the State subsidy which is only provided to WA seniors and pension card holders.

The current proposal is for subsidies of up to $500 to be made available to 100 households annually.
These subsidies will help provide safer areas and streets without the need for the City to install its own infrastructure in these locations. 

For more information contact

Media and Communications Officer
City of Cockburn

Email [email protected]

Phone 08 9411 3551

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