Safer Vincent

At the City of Vincent, we are always looking for new, effective ways to reduce crime and improve community safety. Although we can’t get a hold of Superman, we are passionate about fighting crime and making our brilliant suburbs an even better place for you, our residents and visitors, to live, work and play in. 

Safer Vincent Crime Prevention Partnership

With meetings every two months, the Safer Vincent Crime Prevention Partnership pulls together a broad spectrum of key stakeholders within the community including local police, community and multicultural representatives. This Partnership is not only dedicated to implementing safer initiatives within Vincent, it is the main force behind the Crime Prevention and Community Safety Plan, overseeing its ongoing progress and development. 

The Partnership also helps our Community Partnerships and Community Safety teams to work with the community reps to roll out a variety of community initiatives and grant-funded programmes such as: 

Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 

Here at Vincent, we are dedicated to supporting and developing proactive crime prevention strategies. 

In 2005, we signed a partnership with the State Government's WA Police (previously known as the Office of Crime Prevention), which was aimed at developing a co-ordinated response to preventing crime and boosting safety within Vincent. This partnership also facilitates annual funding from the State Government directed toward local priority safety and crime prevention projects. With input from the Safer Vincent Crime Prevention Partnership, the local community and agency stakeholders, we saw the birth of the first ever Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan for Vincent in 2007. 

This safety plan is a strategic document that basically tells the stakeholders the actions they need to take when dealing with safety and crime prevention. A ‘whole City approach’, the plan maps out all crime prevention and safety actions within Vincent, with a revised plan brought out in 2011. The current plan was adopted in 2015 and will be reviewed again in 2018, making it an evolving document to move with the times and requirements. 

Want to take a look at the plan? Check it out right here

Other Groups

Western Suburbs Community Safety Co-ordinators Meetings

Our Community Safety Officers get together with other local government counterparts, as well as WA Police, to help keep the streets of the Western Suburbs safe by developing crime prevention and community safety strategies.

Central Metropolitan Police Integration Meetings

Run by WA Police Central Metropolitan District, this meeting looks at crime prevention and policing issues within the Central Metropolitan area to help keep you folks safe and sound. The meeting’s aim is to create a close, effective relationship between agency stakeholders and the Police when dealing with community concerns and issues. 

More Information

Contact the Community Partnerships team a call on 9273 6000 or community,

Community Safety Resources

Community Safety Tips

Opportunistic Crime

Neighbourhood Watch and eWatch


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