Melton community safety project
Melton and Caroline Springs police have launched a six-month crime prevention and community engagement campaign called Operation ‘Connect Melton’.
As part of the project, police will run a series of community days, workshops and a youth safety expo in order to educate the community about crime and safety information.
The project is in response to local safety concerns raised by Melton residents at the community safety forums held in Melton and Caroline Springs in late 2017.
The events planned as part of Operation Connect Melton will address the themes raised during the community safety forums; including community cohesion, disengaged youth, road safety and crime prevention.
This project is being delivered with support from Neighbourhood Watch Victoria and Crime Stoppers Victoria will deliver a community safety and crime prevention campaign.
Crime Stoppers 'Say Something' campaign
In Melton Crime Stoppers delivered the 'Say Something' campaign to promote community safety and crime prevention.
Crime Stoppers Victoria asked residents to speak out by reporting any information about crime or any suspicious activity to 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.
The two-week campaign ran on social media, in local newspapers and radios, in advertisement panels on shopping centers, with posters displayed in community centers and through community engagement activity.
Find out more
- Keep in touch with your local police and let them know what’s important to you by following the Melton Eyewatch Facebook page
- Find out more about your local Neighbourhood Watch at nhw.com.au
- For crime prevention tips and resources visit crimeprevention.vic.gov.au
- Find out more about community safety initiatives in Melton on the Community Safety Statement 2019/20 website
- Read the latest crime statistics for Melton by downloading the one-page fact sheet from the Crime Statistics Agency Victoria below.