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Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan

Cumberland Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan, 2018 to 2022, addresses high priority crime issues and improvements to community safety.

The Cumberland Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2018 - 2022 focuses on ten priority areas and 74 strategic actions to be implemented across Council over the lifetime of the Plan.

More than 1,796 people from across Cumberland provided input into the development of the Plan in addition to Police, Council staff and Councillors.

Priority areas

The 5 Priority crime issues (based on crime statistics):

  • Fraud
  • Robbery
  • Steal From Motor Vehicle
  • Break and Enter Dwelling
  • Domestic and Family Violence

The 5 Priority community safety issues (informed by community and stakeholder feedback):

  • Reporting crime and safety issues
  • Road and pedestrian safety
  • Safety at train stations
  • Safety in town centres
  • Safety at facilities and open spaces