Community safety is about more than just the level of crime that exists in a community but also about the community’s perceived level of safety.
There are many factors that influence how safe people feel in a community. Improving community safety requires all sections of the community to work together and build partnerships to create a safer environment for people to work, live and play in.
Information provided to police assist and contribute to investigations, research and evaluations. What you see or hear could be valuable for the police. You can provide information in a variety of ways.
Check the WA Police website on various ways you can assist
A community based program designed to encourage neighbours to create a network to look out for each other and their community. All suspicious activity should be reported police
Website: https://www.police.wa.gov.au/Our-Community/Neighbourhood-WatchEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (08)
West Australian Police Force have compiled a comprehensive hints and information booklet for assisting and keeping Seniors in the community safe.
Information includes home security, using public transport, tips for keeping yourself and personal information safe during telephone and shopping.
Download the Safety for Seniors publication from WA Police here
Managed by the Office of Crime Prevention, 'Eyes on the Street' is a coordinated intelligence gathering initiative that enables
agencies to identify suspicious people, vehicles and/or criminal activities and to report that information to police.
All City of Kalamunda vehicles and employees have been provided with a reporting system, where they can send information of
suspicious activity and behaviour through to police. This information will be processed through Crime stoppers and disseminated to the local Police for investigation.
Website: https://www.crimestopperswa.com.au Phone: 1800 333 000
Nearly 17,000 bikes are already listed. Is yours one of them?
Join our free Bikelinc network, so police and your community can help return your bike to you if it’s lost or stolen.
Bikelinc is powered by Crime Stoppers WA and used in Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
Register via https://bikelinc.com.au
Are you a victim of Cybercrime? ReportCyber has replaced ACORN as the place to report cybercrimes.
Cybercrime is the use of a computer or online network to commit crimes such as fraud, online image abuse, identity theft or threats and intimidation.
Some common types of cybercrime include:
Find out more via the Australian Signals Directorate website: https://www.cyber.gov.au/acsc/report
Community safety is Priority 1 within the City of Kalamunda Strategic Community Plan 2027 and the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Framework supports the use of CCTV. The CCTV Strategy has been developed to align existing and new CCTV systems to
relevant strategic plans, including:
The City of Kalamunda CCTV Strategy sets out to capture existing technical and functional requirements to ensure CCTV is applied consistently within the City’s Strategic Planning Framework. To achieve this, the strategy focuses on three key areas;
Operations, Expanding and Funding the CCTV
View / Download CCTV Strategy here
Cam-Map WA is a comprehensive database of all voluntarily registered CCTV systems across Western Australia.
This publicly accessed platform allows owners and operators of CCTV systems to self-register onto a secure database operated by the Western Australia Police Force and other authorized agencies.
Accurate knowledge of the locations of CCTV systems will assist WA Police to investigate incidents in order to improve community safety.
Cam-Map WA encourages the active participation of State Government agencies, local governments, and the community to register towards the creation of safer environments.
Register your details on the Cam-Map WA Website or find more information via https://cam-mapwa.police.wa.gov.au/
WA Police have many tips and tools to help protect your home. These include the following crime prevention tips .
If your Home conforms with the above check list, then you have passed the security evaluation.
HOWEVER…. THIS EVALUATION WILL MEAN NOTHING IF YOU DON’T…………………… LOCK UP YOUR HOME WHEN YOU GO OUT!
Most break-ins result from poor security; or windows or doors left UNLOCKED!
Write out a ‘lock-up’ check list of things to do when going out, have all members of the family use the check list ALL of the time!
Find out more about protecting your home and family via https://www.police.wa.gov.au/Our-Community/Publications/Protect-My-Home
What you can do about scams – reporting scams and where to get help:
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.