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Connect for a safer community by receiving information direct from your local Police and Council through regular newsletters and broadcasts. This information will give you a clear picture of what is happening in your neighbourhood. It will let you know of any crime trends in your area and provide safety advice to share with your family, friends and neighbours. Let’s make it tougher for crooks by looking out for our community.
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Join ewatch for a regular newsletter from your local police and the chance to win a BBQ for all new subscribers between 7 March and 4 April
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If the winner doesn’t respond in 5 working days there will be a re-draw until a winner is contacted.
All WA Police employees are ineligible to receive the prize.
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Working together as a community helps to make your neighbourhood safe, secure and vibrant for all who share it. Community interaction is a shared responsibility that has proven positive effects on building a safer community, preventing crime and developing community spirit.
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A four year Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan was endorsed by council on the 17 th May 2010. This is a continuation of the partnership between the Office of Crime Prevention, the Shire of Peppermint Grove, WA Police and various other State Government agencies and the local community. The Plan is the result of a review of the 2006-2008 Plan, outcomes from a youth forum held in November 2009 and issues that were identified at a community workshop held in December 2009.
The results from the review process were then prioritised into four key strategy areas. These four strategies have been developed to address community concerns and reflect statistical crime trends. For the 2010-2013 Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan programs that focus on community empowerment through provision of information/education, reduction in burglary, graffiti/vandalism, alcohol & drug use, road safety and youth engagement will be given priority. Grant funding of $20,000 received in July 2010 was utilised for the above program.
Thanks must be given to the Peppermint Grove Neighbourhood Watch and Community Safety Committee for their hard work and commitment in helping draft this new community safety plan for the benefit of all who live and work in Peppermint Grove. Shire CSCP Plan
The Shire of Peppermint Grove Business Beat kit is a free resource designed to help businesses protect their property, profits and staff from crime.You can use the kit to train staff, update your skills, write your own security policy and reduce your vulnerability to crime.
The Business Beat kit contains twenty-one fact sheets. To view the kit on line, click the link…
Business Beat is an initiative of the Shire of Peppermint Grove and the WA Police, funded in part by the Office of Crime Prevention. The program supports the Shire’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategy and aims to contribute to raising awareness on protecting businesses against theft and other crimes.
For more information about Business Beat contact the Community Development Officer at the Shire on 9286 8600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Breaking the Criminal Code – crime prevention education folder is an initiative of the Shire of Peppermint Grove, the Neighbourhood Watch & Community Safety Committee, Office of Crime Prevention and WA Police. The program supports the Shire’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategy and aims to contribute to raising awareness on protecting your home and your personal safety.
This reference guide is designed to be practical, easy to use and provides you with all the tools you need to keep you, your family and home, safe and secure. Topics include advice on graffiti prevention, home security, personal security, holiday security, pet ownership and party safe information.
For more information or to receive a copy of “Breaking the Criminal Code” contact the Shire on 9286 8600.
Click here to access the online “Breaking the Criminal Code” brochure.
Together we can all help to reduce preventable crime.
Our local police station is Cottesloe Police Station, which is located in Curtin Avenue Cottesloe.Counter enquiries can be made between 8am – 4pm. To speak to a local police officer during
business hours you can ring 9286 7777. If you require police attendance please telephone 131444.
The local Crime Prevention Resource Centre is located at the Claremont Showgrounds and the Crime Prevention Officer is only too happy to provide up to date information on security systems and fittings as well as further information on Neighbourhood Watch and Community Policing. A free security appraisal of your home or business by a crime prevention officer is also available to Peppermint Grove residents. Contact phone number is 9284 3999.
Neighbourhood Watch is protection of your property and way of life through communication and co-operation between neighbours.