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The City of Cockburn regularly consults with the WA Police, Neighbourhood Watch, other local governments and various organisations across Western Australia to reduce crime in our community.
The City supports a Community Safety & Crime Prevention Committee, which makes recommendations about safety and crime prevention to Council.
The City’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan supports the Committee in developing, implementing and evaluating projects and initiatives that enhance safety and reduce crime within the community.
Increase awareness of the consequences of speeding within the City of Cockburn
Change attitudes and behaviours within the community in regards to speeding
Increase motorists’ awareness of the real speed at which they are travelling
Driver alert/ public education.
You can view crime statistics in your area, by visiting the WA Police and entering your suburb.
For more information on crime prevention and community safety, including how to join the City’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Committee, please contact Ranger and Community Safety Services on 08 9411 3444 or at email@example.com
9 Coleville Crescent,
Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965