From Saturday 5 December, certain WA businesses and venues must maintain a contact register of patrons, staff, visitors and contractors for COVID-19 contact tracing.It will be a requirement of entry into most Town facilities that a person must either scan the QR code with their smartphones using the new SafeWA app, or complete a paper-based register form.
Keep an eye on each other in your neighbourhood.
Making the Town a safer place.
Information on vacant properties and squatters.
What to do when you find a discarded syringe.
List of numbers to call for any issues you might encounter in the Town.
The Town is committed to working in partnership with residents, community, WA Police and other relevant agencies to solve crime and antisocial behaviour problems.
The Town is committed to a safe and dynamic night-time environment for the community. Find out more about projects and ongoing programs.
The Town is providing up to $750 funding to CCTV projects in partnership with the community and WA Police.
The Town’s Security Incentive Scheme offers rebates up to $200 to help residents improve the level of security within their home by installing security devices.
Receive a grant from the Town for holding a street party to meet your neighbours.
Information on public aquatic facilities.
What to do when a restaurant or cafe in the Town has unsafe food handling practises.
Find information about drone use in the Town.
To improve perceptions of safety and educate the community on crime prevention throughout the Town by delivering a schedule of suburb specific workshops in partnership with WA Police Force.
99 Shepperton Road
8:30am - 5pm Monday to Friday
Locked Bag 437
Western Australia 6979
(08) 9311 8111
Emergency after hours number
(08) 9311 8188
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