Draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022

Consultation has concluded



The City's new Safer Vincent Plan is now open for community comment.

The plan builds on years of collaborative work with our community, businesses, non-government organisations and the WA Police to make Vincent a safer place to live, work, trade and visit.

The three key themes of the Safer Vincent Plan are Safer Spaces, Community Connection and Crime Prevention.

The draft plan includes a number of initiatives to support WA Police and community safety services efforts in making our neighbourhoods feel safer. These include:

  • Relocation of Ranger Services from the Osborne Park ‘depot’ to a centralised “Community Hub” within the heart of the City of Vincent to provide stronger ‘eyes on the street’ presence and greater access to residents and businesses
  • Joining the City Homelessness Framework Committee to support better coordination and responsiveness to homelessness through an accreditation system for delivery of emergency relief services in Vincent and Perth
  • Identify street and laneway lighting and CCTV improvements in ‘hot spot’ areas and implement changes
  • Continue to strive to remove graffiti within 48 hours of being reported
  • Love Your Laneway initiative to encourage residents to use, beautify and upgrade laneways creatively to encourage greater safety and recreation on these underused community assets.

The City of Vincent‘s first Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan was created in 2007. This latest draft plan has been developed in line with community feedback, stakeholder experiences, statistics from the WA Police Service and the City’s own data and records. It also closely aligns to City’s new Strategic Community Plan released in late 2018.


Share your thoughts

The draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022 is available for viewing from the document library and you can share your thoughts via the feedback form until 5pm 16 July 2019.

Comments can also be submitted in person at the City's Administration Centre, 244 Vincent Street Leederville or via email to mail@vincent.wa.gov.au




The City's new Safer Vincent Plan is now open for community comment.

The plan builds on years of collaborative work with our community, businesses, non-government organisations and the WA Police to make Vincent a safer place to live, work, trade and visit.

The three key themes of the Safer Vincent Plan are Safer Spaces, Community Connection and Crime Prevention.

The draft plan includes a number of initiatives to support WA Police and community safety services efforts in making our neighbourhoods feel safer. These include:

  • Relocation of Ranger Services from the Osborne Park ‘depot’ to a centralised “Community Hub” within the heart of the City of Vincent to provide stronger ‘eyes on the street’ presence and greater access to residents and businesses
  • Joining the City Homelessness Framework Committee to support better coordination and responsiveness to homelessness through an accreditation system for delivery of emergency relief services in Vincent and Perth
  • Identify street and laneway lighting and CCTV improvements in ‘hot spot’ areas and implement changes
  • Continue to strive to remove graffiti within 48 hours of being reported
  • Love Your Laneway initiative to encourage residents to use, beautify and upgrade laneways creatively to encourage greater safety and recreation on these underused community assets.

The City of Vincent‘s first Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan was created in 2007. This latest draft plan has been developed in line with community feedback, stakeholder experiences, statistics from the WA Police Service and the City’s own data and records. It also closely aligns to City’s new Strategic Community Plan released in late 2018.


Share your thoughts

The draft Safer Vincent Plan 2019-2022 is available for viewing from the document library and you can share your thoughts via the feedback form until 5pm 16 July 2019.

Comments can also be submitted in person at the City's Administration Centre, 244 Vincent Street Leederville or via email to mail@vincent.wa.gov.au


  • Share your thoughts on the City's next Safer Vincent Plan.

    Share your thoughts on the City's next Safer Vincent Plan.

    Consultation has concluded