Tips and Resources Safety Campaign

Tips and Resources Safety Campaign
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Community Safety Campaign Tips

CBCity Community Safety Campaign 2021

To find out more about our community safety campaign activities and workshops visit

Monday 27 September – Saturday 9 October

To stay up to date throughout the year with ongoing events, programs and initiatives regarding Community Safety & Crime Prevention join our newsletter here;

Included in our 2021 Safety Campaign we have provided avariety of tips & resources available for you. These can be accessed below;

​Personal Safety

NSW Police: Personal Safety Tips

Pool Safety


 Canterbury- Bankstown Disability Abuse Prevention Collaborative

Scams & Fraud 

Scam Watch & ACCC: Tips & Tricks to stay safe and aware regarding current scams and fraud.

Various languages

 Storms & Flooding Safety

State Emergency Service (SES): A variety of resources to support you during an emergency. Also available in multiple languages

Video: NSW SES: Create your Home Emergency Plan


Domestic Violence

CBCity and Local Support Services: Domestic Family Violence Information, contacts and support.

Vehicle Theft & Steal from Vehicle Prevention

CBCity: Tips and tricks regarding car theft and safety in Canterbury Bankstown

Drugs & Alcohol 

Community Drug Actions Team (CDAT): Resources on making positive choices regarding Drugs & Alcohol

Mental Health & Wellbeing

CBCity and Support Services: Mental Health Services & Support


CBCity has developed the STAY SAFE STAY CONNECTED initiative. This campaign is for you to take part in and hear about what others are doing to get through lockdown. Sign up to our Stay Safe, Stay Connect e-newsletter to participate in fun activities, challenges and more to stay connected. Register your details below to get weekly:

  • Challenges to complete on your own or as a family;
  • Health and wellbeing tips;
  • Important COVID-19 updates; and
  • Prize draws including iPads and $50 gift vouchers.

​​Become involved

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.