Community Safety and Social Perceptions Survey

Council is encouraging all residents to participate in the Community Crime Safety and Social Perceptions Survey to help Council ascertain residents perception of crime, safety and social issues across Golden Plains.
Community Safety and Social Perceptions

About 

Council is encouraging all residents to participate in the Community Safety and Social Perceptions Survey to help Council ascertain residents perception of crime, safety and social issues across Golden Plains. 

Feedback from the survey will help guide Council’s Crime Prevention project to ensure the project aligns with the communities needs. 

Council’s Crime Prevention Project is funded by a $299,000 grant from the Victorian Government’s Building Safer Communities program and aims to improve community safety and address the causes of crime. 

The Project will see the delivery of programs and workshops that aim to improve protective factors for young people, including building young people’s resilience, education, employment and training pathways. 
 

How You Can Be Involved 

The Community Safety and Social Perceptions Survey is available for two age groups, young people aged between 12 and 25 years of age and community members aged 26 years and older. 

The tailored surveys are designed to capture the views, ideas and perspectives of the two different age cohorts and learn more about the needs and wants of local young people and their families and supporters.

The survey will be open to eligible community members from Friday 11 November to 5pm, Friday 9 December, 2022.

Print copies of the survey are available at Council’s Customer Hubs, Golden Plains Civic Centre, 2 Pope Street, Bannockburn and The Well, 19 Heales Street, Smythesdale. 

Youth Survey 

Community Member Survey (26+)

What Happens Next

Feedback from the survey will help guide Council’s Crime Prevention project to ensure the project aligns with the communities needs.

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