Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan

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Consultation has concluded

We've used your input to inform our new Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2019-24. Now we're seeking your thoughts on the draft document.

The development, implementation and review of the Plan will be overseen by the Community Safety Reference Group (CSRG) which includes the WA Police and City of Fremantle staff and elected members. The Plan will set out clear timelines, targets and responsibilities and be developed based on stakeholder and community engagement and statistics.


Play your part in keeping Freo safe, secure and enjoyable for all.

We all play a part in our community. Browse our resources in the document library and useful links to consider how you can play your part with your home, your neighbourhood and your City.


Please read the draft plan and share your thoughts by 5.00pm Friday 23 August 2019.


We've used your input to inform our new Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2019-24. Now we're seeking your thoughts on the draft document.

The development, implementation and review of the Plan will be overseen by the Community Safety Reference Group (CSRG) which includes the WA Police and City of Fremantle staff and elected members. The Plan will set out clear timelines, targets and responsibilities and be developed based on stakeholder and community engagement and statistics.


Play your part in keeping Freo safe, secure and enjoyable for all.

We all play a part in our community. Browse our resources in the document library and useful links to consider how you can play your part with your home, your neighbourhood and your City.


Please read the draft plan and share your thoughts by 5.00pm Friday 23 August 2019.


Consultation has concluded
  • New CCTV Strategy

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    26 Oct 2018
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    Fremantle’s network of security cameras is set to expand with the installation of an additional 25 fixed CCTV cameras throughout the city centre. The City of Fremantle CCTV Strategy 2019-2023 was prepared in consultation with WA Police.

    The new cameras will be funded through a $928,000 federal government Safer Communities grant and work is expected to commence in February 2019. Read the CCTV Strategy

    CCTV is an effective tool to monitor behaviour, incidents and property owned and managed by the City of Fremantle. The system will provide an effective tool to record, review and analyse safety and security events and incidents, in order to provide an effective response to Community Safety.

    The CCTV network is one of many community safety initiatives by the City of Fremantle. Last year the City expanded the Community Safety Team’s operating hours and also introduced bike patrols to allow the team to cover a greater area and improve response times.