Community Safety Month

Published on 14 September 2017

Melton City Council is encouraging residents to help build a safer and stronger community by taking part in Community Safety Month events in October.

Community Safety Month helps remind locals that everyone has a role to play in making their community safe.

The campaign shines a spotlight on a number of community safety issues, including crime prevention, personal safety, safe work practices and staying safe during an emergency.

A number of events are being held across the City of Melton next month, including anti-theft screw fittings with Victoria Police, and children’s restraint fittings.

Neighbourhood Houses are also hosting their own events, including first aid training at Hillside Community Centre, and a scam alert information session at Taylors Hill Neighbourhood House.

A course teaching first aid to children between the ages of eight and 12 will also be on offer at Taylors Hill Neighbourhood House.

For more information on the events, see melton.vic.gov.au