Giving Pyrenees 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.

Pyrenees is one of 12 communities where a Community Safety Network (CSN) 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.

If you live in the Pyrenees local government area, you are encouraged to complete the below survey to have your say about the safety issues in your community.

Pyrenees is part of greater Ballarat area for this project. Visit the Ballarat CSN page to find out about the Ballarat project.

This survey is being run by the Department of Justice and Community Safety, in collaboration with Victoria Police. You can complete your responses anonymously. If you would like to receive further information about the project, you can supply your email address by entering it into the “Stay informed” section on this page. Note that all survey responses will remain separated from your contact details.

In my community, the top three community safety concerns are:

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What are your ideas to improve safety in your community?

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Do you think Pyrenees is a safe place?

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Tell us a little about yourself

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Where do you get information about local crime?