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.

Connected communities are safe communities, so get connected!

ewatch is an e-newsletter put together by your local police and council.  It is an easy way to find out what’s happening in your community.  Connect with your local police and council to help make your neighbourhood safer and a more vibrant place to live.  Be involved, keep informed! You can sign up at the ewatch webpage.

Social media
Did you know your local police are on social media? Follow @PalmyraPol or @MurdochPol or like the South Metro District – WA Police Facebook page and keep informed!



Child Safety Education for City Schools

Thousands of children across the City of Melville will continue to receive crucial safety education, thanks to an arrangement between the City and the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation (CCCSF).


October is Safer Melville Month!

October will be Safer Melville Month for the City, with the first event kicking off on Thursday 29 September, giving the community a month of opportunity to understand how they can help improve safety and security in their home and local area.


Melville First in WA to Receive Community Safety Accreditation

At Melville’s Safe Day Out on Sunday, 19 February, the City of Melville community was accredited as a Pan Pacific Safe Community, and launched community engagement for the City’s new Safer Melville Plan.


Safer Melville, Safe Communities

The City of Melville and WA Police (WAPOL) have reconfirmed their commitment to working together, signing a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that focuses on a shared goal to continue to support Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) and proactively achieve a Safer Melville.