Village Voice: December 2018

December 2018

Giving Frankston residents a greater voice in community safety

The Community Safety Networks project provides Victorian communities with a direct platform to discuss local crime issues and policing priorities.

Frankston municipality is one of 12 communities where a Community Safety Network is being established, giving residents a greater voice in Victoria Police’s ongoing efforts to combat crime. Residents will have the opportunity to be involved in the project, including this short survey for people to share their insights about community safety.

The Village has been provided with three large white survey boxes with attached survey forms for Residents to share their feedback on community safety priorities. There is one located in Administration reception, Clarke reception and Robinsons reception. Frankston Police have asked the Village to encourage Residents to complete the survey and have their say about the safety issues in our community.

The community safety survey is a good reminder for when the warm weather does arrive, that we all ensure that doors are kept locked and windows are closed securely at night. As I write this article, it is 13 degrees, wet and cold and summer feels a long way away, however I am certain that very quickly the days will warm up and we will all be wishing for more rain and cooler nights.

It has been a wonderful year in the Village; on behalf of all of the staff and residents I would like to wish you all the blessings of the season,  a very merry Christmas and happy and safe New Year.

til next month

Kim Jackson, Executive Manager

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