Safe Street Visit at Fitzgibbon

Carseldine Police speak with residents at a Safe Street Visit.

Join your local Police at Fitzgibbon this weekend at our  Safe Street Visit and learn about what Neighbourhood Watch can do for you and how you can help.

A Safe Street Visit involves Police setting up a mobile stall in suburban streets, and sharing information with  residents on local  crime trends and crime prevention techniques.

The project aims to educate and encourage residents to work together for a safe and secure community.

The Safe Street Visit will be held this Saturday, May 20 2017 from 12 – 1pm In Kimberley Park, Corner of Norris Road and Noosa Street Fitzgibbon.

Your local Bracken Ridge Ward Councillor,  Cr Amanda Cooper will also be on hand to answer local questions.

For more information North Brisbane residents can contact Crime Prevention on 3364 3426 or e-mail [email protected]

2 Responses

  1. Sam J says:

    Dear Snr Constable Dwyer,

    I am wanting to make contact with a police community engagement contact in the Zillmere/Boondall area, for guidance on engaging effectively with police. I am part of a group of people in the local community experiencing some challenges with this. Can you or your colleagues be contacted on the phone number and emails above to discuss? (3364 3426 or e-mail [email protected])

    Kind regards,




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