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Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Group

The Shire of Harvey’s Advisory Groups aim to improve community engagement and inform the Shire of the needs and aspirations in the community.

Each Advisory Group has Council Representatives and Community Representatives. 

Advisory Group meetings are open to the public. For further information, please contact the Community Development team on 9729 0300 or email.

Role of the Group

To advise the Shire of Harvey on the review and implementation of the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan.

Objectives of the Group

  • Advise the Shire of Harvey on the development of strategies, actions, projects and activities to improve community safety, road safety and crime prevention.
  • Provide recommendations to relating to community safety and crime prevention priorities for the Shire of Harvey.
  • Provide recommendations to relating to the Shire of Harvey road safety priorities.
  • Monitor the implementation of the Plan.

Next Meeting

Monday 13 May at 10am in the Australind Council Chambers meeting room in the Australind Shire of Harvey admin building on Mulgara Street, Australind. 

Meeting Minutes

Community Safety and Crime Prevention Advisory Group Terms of Reference.

Council Representatives

ImageNameContact details

Deputy

Cr Robyn Coleman

Mobile: 0418 959 595

Email: robyn.coleman@harvey.wa.gov.au

Cr John Bromham

Mobile: 0488 123 747

Email: john.bromham@harvey.wa.gov.au

Cr James Junio

Mobile: 0452 652 430

Email: james.junio@harvey.wa.gov.au

Community Representatives

NameBiography

Lynda Armstrong

Not for Profit and community organisation experience and passionate about community safety. 

Emily BradburyQualified in community service and a passionate community  advocate.
Frank William BellairsExperience working with local youth and strong interest in community safety.