These documents are available in alternate formats upon request. Please contact the City on 9400 4000.
The City coordinates and supports a range of community safety programs in local areas. These programs have a variety of aims including deterring crime, managing graffiti, improving local road safety, planning for emergencies and supporting child safety education.
Community Emergency Management
The Community Emergency Management document outlines the management of identified risks and provides specific detail on the planning, response and recovery activities of the City of Joondalup, hazard management agencies and other agencies.
In accordance with the Emergency Management Act 2005, this document, along with relevant support and special plans will be reviewed as required by the State Emergency Management Committee to accommodate the needs and changes of the City of Joondalup community. See the Community Emergency Management Plan for full details of the City’s emergency management arrangements.
Crime Deterrent Property Marking Research Project
The property marking research project being lead by the WA Police in Heathridge has entered the research phase with the completion of the door knock and project roll out. Edith Cowan University will monitor WA Police crime statistics for the study area bordered by Caridean Street, Hodges Drive and Dardanus Way over the next 12 months. This research project is looking for any impact of property marking on the total numbers for burglary and theft offences in this area where 278 homes are now participating.
Participant Prize Winners
Residents living in the study area and participating in the property marking research project were eligible to win one of four $250.00 gift vouchers from Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City. The prize draw has been completed with the successful participants living in the following streets:
- Caridean Street
- Conway Grove
- Lysander Drive
- Roamer Street.
The winners have been advised by letter of the outcome and invited to collect their gift voucher from City. The participation of all 278 homeowners is greatly appreciated by the project partners and has allowed this project to progress to the research phase. Information about microdot type property marking is available on the Microdot website.
For further information contact the City on 9400 4528.