Frankston Police invite members of the local community to participate in an upcoming CommSafe Forum.
Superintendent Fiona Bock will be joined by Victoria Police Regional Operations Assistant Commissioner Rick Nugent, Metropolitan Southern Region Assistant Commissioner Russell Barrett and Commander Therese Fitzgerald.
The panel will discuss a range of criminal issues and trends relevant to the Frankston community with an opportunity for community members to provide feedback and raise awareness on community safety issues.
Residents or traders interested in participating in the CommSafe Forum can do so by registering by email at [email protected].
Topics to cover include:
• High risk driving
• Juvenile crime
• Family violence
• Mental Health
• Emergency management
Any issues identified by the community can be entered into the Frankston Community Issues Register as part of Victoria Police’s Neighborhood Policing Framework. A dedicated sergeant manages this registry, assigning problems to local officers who develop solutions in collaboration with local partners.
Frankston Police welcome members of the local community to the CommSafe Forum, but it’s important to know that police are always available to listen to community concerns.
The local community can talk to us when they are out and about or email their local police station with any concerns. Email addresses for your local police station are listed on our website – www.police.vic.gov.au/locationExternal Link.
Quotes attributed to Superintendent Fiona Bock:
“Frankston Police look forward to the opportunity to engage with our local community, offer insight on all current issues and learn about the issues closest to their hearts.”
“We are here to keep our community safe. In addition to responding to those in need, a big part of keeping crime rates low is listening and responding to any concerns that may be bubbling beneath the surface.
“Issues raised at this forum will be recorded and assigned to local law enforcement officers, who will then be responsible for tracking them and designing initiatives to address the issue and improve community safety.”