Community Safety

Find out what we are doing to create a Safer Melville and how you can be involved – crime prevention is everyone’s business!

Come along to Melville’s Safe Day Out! Free entertainment, information stalls and activities for children, families, young people and seniors.

Download Your Guide to a Safer Melville
Safety Booklet

Or order a hard copy of the booklet.

Review of our Community Safety Crime Prevention Plan

Tell us your safety priorities and help inform the new Safer Melville Plan

Community Safety Service (CSS)

The Community Safety Service (CSS) is a highly visible, 24 hour, 7 day a week mobile patrol service that acts as extra eyes and ears for the community and police.

Holiday Watch Patrols

The City’s Community Safety Service (CSS) offers holiday watch patrols to residents at no extra cost. Register to have your property patrolled while you’re away.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch in the City of Melville, how to receive ewatch, and connecting with Murdoch and Palmyra Police on Twitter.

Business Safety

Links to information and resources to improve the safety and security of your business.

Important Contact Numbers

Find out the numbers to call for emergencies, police attendance or to report suspicious behaviour and websites with useful information.

Home Safety

Find out how to reduce the chance of your home being burgled by using the City’s simple home safety checklist.

Graffiti Management

Find out how about graffiti management including how to report graffiti for removal in the City of Melville.

Car Safety

Useful car security tips to prevent your car getting stolen or broken into.

Safer Melville News

Find out how to connect with the City and local police through ewatch and social media, and all Safer Melville news and events.

Safer Melville Partnerships

The City’s Safer Melville Plan, how we work with police, the Safer Melville Advisory Committee, and the Safe Communities Framework.

Party Safety

Party safety tips to help you be a great host, keep your guests safe and not disturb your neighbours.

Personal Safety

By using common sense and preventative measures you can lesson the likelihood of being a victim of crime.

Online Safety

Find links to reputable websites with information on cyber bullying, scams, and how to keep you and your family safe online.

Melville's Safe Day Out

Come along to Melville’s Safe Day Out! Free entertainment, information stalls and activities for everyone. Sunday, 19 February from 9.00am till 12noon at Kadidjiny Park

19 February 2017 09:00 - 19 February 2017 12:00