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Local Safety Forums are a direct outcome from Council's Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan. Forums are held in each of Council's 5 wards throughout the year. They are hosted by Council and the NSW Police Force (relevant Police Area Command).
Council and Police highlight crime prevention initiatives in the area, discuss crime trends and workshop solutions to local issues. Residents are invited to attend the forums to gain a better understanding of the current safety issues relevant to the Ward in which they live, work or study. They are also encouraged to express their safety concerns.
Date: Monday 18 FebruaryTime: 6-8pm
Location: Panania Senior Citizens Centre, 77 Anderson Avenue, PananiaClick here to access the Revesby Local Safety ForumRegistration: Register your attendance by calling 9707 9471 or
via Eventbrite by Thursday, 14 February.To view outcomes of the 2018 forum,
click hereTo view outcomes of the 2019 forum,
Date: Monday 25 MarchTime: 6-8pmLocation: Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre, 14–28 Amy Street, CampsieClick here to access the Canterbury Local Safety ForumRegistration: Register your attendance by calling 9707 9471 or via Eventbrite by Thursday, 21 March. To view outcomes of the 2018 forum,
Date: Monday 29 AprilTime: 6-8pmLocation: Community Room 1, Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre, 80 Rickard Road, BankstownClick here to access the Bankstown Local Safety ForumTo view outcome of the 2018 Forum, click here
Date: Monday 20 MayTime: 6-8pmLocation: Georges Hall Community Centre, 188 Birdwood Road, Georges HallClick here to access the Bass Hill Local Safety ForumTo view outcome of the 2018 Forum,
Date: Monday 17 June 2018Time: 6-8pmLocation: Riverwood Community Hub (Main Hall), 80 Kentucky Road, Riverwood.Click here to access the Bass Hill Local Safety ForumTo view outcome of the 2018 Forum, CLICK HERE
For more information on Council's Local Safety Forums, please call Council's
Community Safety and Crime Prevention Officer on
Not sure what Council ward you live or work in? See the
What Ward am I in? page to find out.