HEAR SOMETHING, SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
Council is committed to working in partnership with residents, police, community organisations, the business community, and state and federal governments to ensure the Wollondilly Shire is a safe and welcoming place to live, work and visit.
Alcohol Free Zones
Wollondilly Shire Council is exhibiting a proposal to re-establish the Alcohol Free Zones across the Wollondilly Shire for a period of four (4) years from 2017-2021.
The proposal includes a full listing and maps of the Alcohol Free Zones across the Shire.
The proposal will be on public exhibition for 28 days from Wednesday 28 June 2017 to Tuesday 25 July 2017 and can be viewed during the exhibition period at:
- Council Administration Centre, 62-64 Menangle Street, Picton between the hours of 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday
- Wollondilly Shire Library, 42 Menangle Street, Picton, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am to 5pm, Thursday 9:30am to 6pm and Saturday 9am to 12 noon and;
- Council’s Community Engagement Website www.engage.wollondilly.nsw.gov.au
Written submissions must be addressed to Sharon Hartnett, Wollondilly Shire Council, PO Box 21, Picton NSW 2571, Email email@example.com or complete the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PV3KTT9
Submissions close at 4pm on Tuesday 25 July 2017.
Further enquiries can be made to Sharon Hartnett, Community Project Officer – on
(02) 4677 9613 or email Sharon.firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporting Crime in the Shire
Reasons to report crime:
- A safer community
- Police and the community working together
- Removing criminals from circulation
- A community that's active in protecting itself
- Raised community awareness
There are a variety of ways in which you can now report a crime in the community:
1. Triple 000
You should only call Triple Zero (000) in a life threatening or time critical emergency.
2. Crime stoppers 1800 333 000
Crime Stoppers operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and allows members of the community to anonymously report criminal activity or suspicious activity. The information you provide may be the vital missing piece the police need to make an arrest.
You can report:
- People wanted by police
- Unsolved crimes and future crime that is being planned
- People you know who have committed criminal offences where they have not been arrested
- Suspicious or unusual activity
3. Police Assistance Line (PAL) 131 444
If you are a victim of a crime, other than life threatening or time critical emergency situations, you should contact the NSW Police Assistance Line.
PAL allows you to report crime over the phone. Once you report is completed by a customer service representative, your information is immediately available to you local Police. When a Police response is required, PAL will arrange for Police officers to attend. PAL can also assist you with general Police inquiries.
4. Community Portal
The NSW Police Force Community Portal is an online reporting system for the community which is easy to use, confidential and always secure.
Where no emergency exists and immediate investigation by a Police officer is not necessary, registered community members can now create online reports such a property, intentional damage or graffiti and theft, in their own time anywhere where internet connection is present. (You will need a Services NSW ID number to log into the portal)
5. Local Police Stations:
Narellan Police Station 02 4632 4499
Campbelltown Police Station 02 4620 1199
St. Mary’s Police Station02 9677 7499