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FOGO in Mosman Park

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Community safety takes all of us

Report anti-social and disruptive behaviour online with the Town and Department of Communities here. For police presence call 131 444.

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Community safety

Community Safety is a shared responsibility.

Individuals, community groups, businesses, local government, police, state and federal government all have a part to play to create an inclusive, safe and resilient community.

Click on the headings below for local community safety information and initiatives.

When do I call 000?

EMERGENCIES 000

  • Where life or property is threatened or in danger
  • For all emergencies including Police, Fire and Ambulance
  • For when a serious crime is in progress or just committed
  • Life or serious injury is threatened
  • An immediate threat to people or property exists.

When do I call 131 444?

PRESS “1” for Police Attendance. PRESS “2” for Report Only.

  • For non urgent Police attendance
  • For reporting a disturbance or antisocial behaviour
  • To have a Police report obtained for offenses committed against yourself
  • For something that has happened in the past
  • A property related incident for insurance purposes.
  • For all other Police inquiries not of an urgent nature.

When do I call 1800 333 000 or use Eyes on the Street App?

To report any information about a criminal activity or suspicious behaviour.

  • To report suspicious behaviour or activity (Non Urgent)
  • Information can be current or from the past
  • Reports can remain anonymous
  • To report persons believed to have committed an offense
  • To supply information which may lead to the arrest of an offender
  • Report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au or download the Crimestoppers- Eyes on the Street app.

 

How to report disruptive behaviour at a Department of Communities (DoC) property

Call the Disruptive Behaviour Reporting Line on 1300 597 076 (Mon-Fri, 8am to 5pm except public holidays) to report disruptive behaviour at a DoC property. Remember, if there’s a threat to a person or property, call 000 immediately first.

Online Disruptive Behaviour Reporting Form 

Information on dealing with disruption

What is disruptive behaviour?

Disruptive behaviour is ongoing or unreasonable nuisance or disruption that occurs at or near a public housing property managed by DoC that negatively impacts those residing in the immediate vicinity. This can include:

  • excessive or ongoing noise
  • threats, intimidation, offensive behaviour or assault
  • unlawful trespass
  • noise and disturbance from household arguments.

The closest emergency department to the Town of Mosman Park is at:

Other options include:

The Home Security Rebate Scheme supports residents in taking a proactive role in deterring home burglaries within the Town by offering a rebate to subsidise the cost of installing home security devices such as intruder alarms, CCTV cameras, and security screens for windows and doors, sensor lights, keyed window locks and door deadlocks.

Rebates of up to $200 per application (or $250 for Pension or Health Care Card Holders) will be provided for new installations of the above devices when purchased and fitted by a licenced security agent (or electrician for sensor lights). Rebates may also be available for work completed up to six months prior to application.

Home Security Rebate Scheme is currently unavailable.

 

Report Graffiti

Anyone can report graffiti  at the www.goodbyegraffiti.wa.gov.au. You can report graffiti you find on public buildings and facilities like playgrounds, bus stops and benches, as well as private property. If your property is graffitied, please report it as soon as possible.

Free Graffiti Wipes

Graffiti Wipes are available FREE OF CHARGE from the Town of Mosman Park’ Administration Centre, The Grove Library and the Mosman Park Community Men’s Shed. Graffiti Wipes are environmentally friendly, non-flammable, biodegradable, water soluble, non-toxic and safe to use on most surfaces.

Users are responsible for the safe use of this product in accordance with the product information and safety directions on the packet. This initiative is part of the Town’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

As part of our ongoing commitment to safety within our community, the Town of Mosman Park has a number of engravers available for Mosman Park residents to use, at no cost.

To borrow an engraver, an adult with a current drivers licence will need to register their details at Council’s administration office, at which time they will be provided with an engraver. Engravers will be loaned for up to one week.

Australian Police forces recommend that owner’s valuables be engraved with their Driver’s License number prefixed by the first letter of their state of residence. This will enable faster identification of stolen goods.

The engravers are an initiative of the WA Police Service’ Neighbourhood Watch program, which is sponsored by RAC and Channel 10. The Town of Mosman Park proudly supports the program.

 

Creating a safer, connected and informed neighbourhood is a team effort.

Here are 6 ways from Neighbourhood Watch to connect with your neighbour

1. Reach out  – Get to know your neighbours

2. Get involved – Start a Neighbourhood Watch Network. Share information to raise awareness and knowledge in your neighbourhood.

3. Make a connection with your neighbours. Talk to you neighbours, express an interest in something they are doing. Discuss crime prevention strategies.

4. Be considerate of others – respect you environment – initiate a community street clean up. Look out for neighbours.

5. Be Generous – Share your over abundant garden. Encourge neighbours to share skills and resources.

6. Bring your neighbours together  – get involved with your neighbours. Organise a street bbq or driveway dinner

For more information visit Neighbourhood Watch WA online: www.nhw.wa.gov.au 

 

 

 

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