Personal Safety In Public - Survey

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Welcome to the Conversation about Your Personal Safety in Public.

Wollongong City Council works with our community to try and make public spaces across our city safer for everyone.

We’re updating our Community Safety Plan 2021-2025, which will include strategies to make people feel safer, be safer, and reduce crime.

We want to know about any experiences you’ve had in the past 12 months that made you feel unsafe. This will help us make sure our new Community Safety Plan focuses on the issues, places and communities that are most important to you.

Please tell us about your unsafe experiences, for example:

  • Have you been the victim of crime or anti-social behaviour?
  • Is your neighbourhood safe from dangerous driving, vandalism or violence?

Please share your experiences even if you have not reported them to police or other authorities.

Council officers will be available to provide information and to hear your experiences at an information stand at the following locations:

  • Tuesday 3 March - Corrimal Lederer Shopping Centre, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday 13 March - Wollongong Crown Street Mall, 11.30am to 1.30pm
  • Tuesday 17 March - Warrawong Plaza, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday 19 March - Dapto Mall Shopping Centre,10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday 25 March - Unanderra Community Centre, 12pm to 1.30pm

The Wednesday 25 March information stand at the Unanderra Community Centre has been cancelled.

If you were planning to attend and would like to speak to a Council Officer to provide your experiences, please phone engagement on 4227 7111, or if more convenient you can complete the survey below.

Contact 4227 7111 to speak with a Council Officer if you need help with the survey.

If the survey has raised any personal issues, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.

To report an incident (anonymously) call the Police Assistance Line 131 444.

Please read Council's Privacy Notification before submitting your feedback.

Welcome to the Conversation about Your Personal Safety in Public.

Wollongong City Council works with our community to try and make public spaces across our city safer for everyone.

We’re updating our Community Safety Plan 2021-2025, which will include strategies to make people feel safer, be safer, and reduce crime.

We want to know about any experiences you’ve had in the past 12 months that made you feel unsafe. This will help us make sure our new Community Safety Plan focuses on the issues, places and communities that are most important to you.

Please tell us about your unsafe experiences, for example:

  • Have you been the victim of crime or anti-social behaviour?
  • Is your neighbourhood safe from dangerous driving, vandalism or violence?

Please share your experiences even if you have not reported them to police or other authorities.

Council officers will be available to provide information and to hear your experiences at an information stand at the following locations:

  • Tuesday 3 March - Corrimal Lederer Shopping Centre, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday 13 March - Wollongong Crown Street Mall, 11.30am to 1.30pm
  • Tuesday 17 March - Warrawong Plaza, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday 19 March - Dapto Mall Shopping Centre,10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday 25 March - Unanderra Community Centre, 12pm to 1.30pm

The Wednesday 25 March information stand at the Unanderra Community Centre has been cancelled.

If you were planning to attend and would like to speak to a Council Officer to provide your experiences, please phone engagement on 4227 7111, or if more convenient you can complete the survey below.

Contact 4227 7111 to speak with a Council Officer if you need help with the survey.

If the survey has raised any personal issues, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.

To report an incident (anonymously) call the Police Assistance Line 131 444.

Please read Council's Privacy Notification before submitting your feedback.

  • Please let us know all your experiences in the last 12 months

    Please let us know all your experiences in the last 12 months

    Consultation has concluded
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