Contact us on 1300 655 860, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The City has provided a City Watch Community Patrol Service to the community since 1997.
It provides community safety patrols for residents, local businesses (perimeter patrols) and visitors to the City of Joondalup and, in collaboration with local Police, provides a physical presence in the community and acts a deterrent to activities such as antisocial behaviour, graffiti and vandalism. The City Watch Community Patrol Service operates over 24 hours every day in four patrol zones.
The service can be easily recognised by the orange and white vehicles displaying the City Watch logo.
City Watch officers are able to assist or refer requests regarding:
- alarms - City buildings and private residence alarms (front perimeter observation role)
- anti social behaviour and vandalism - street/public property, drinking and loitering, syringe disposal
- damage and graffiti to property - City property (buildings / signage / fencing), and public property
- noisy parties - hired facilities, private property
- suspicious activity - persons and vehicles
Additional Services also include:
- party alert - register any party to be held on your property (front perimeter observation role)
- holiday alert - register when you will be going away for an extended period (front perimeter observation role)
- report faulty streetlights
- security alert - raise the awareness of criminal activity or anti social behaviour occurring in specific areas, so City Watch officers can report it to the police
- target patrols - provide special target patrols at specific times and locations where anti social behaviour has been identified
- assist the police at traffic accidents
- assist in locating missing persons particularly aged people who wander away from their care facility
City Watch Officers are not a substitute for the police and cannot enforce the law, therefore they should not be called to attend the following situations:
- domestic violence
- life threatening or serious acts of crime
For incidents of this nature please contact the police on 131 444 or for emergencies call 000.