Our strategy for a safer city was endorsed by Council on Tuesday 9 September and outlines our vision, principles, themes and actions for the next four years. Read the strategy below.
Consultation has concluded on the draft Beyond the Safe City strategy. Project updates are proved below.
We have been working on our next strategy for a safe city. The draft strategy outlines our vision, principles, themes and actions for the next four years.
Did you miss the Beyond the Safe City Social Innovation Forum or want to refresh your memory of the two days? Watch the video below for a recap of the event.
The Beyond the Safe City Social Innovation Forum will cover important issues of community safety, crime and violence prevention, injury prevention, drugs and alcohol harm minimisation. We want to know what’s already working in and around Melbourne so that together with the community we can identify and prioritise community safety issues and responses.
The forum will bring together residents, business owners, academics, policy makers, city workers, urban planners, architects, designers, students, community leaders, visitors and health, safety and security professionals. The format incorporates innovative methodologies including World Café and Open Space with an opening keynote presentation and fifteen Lightning Talks.
Read the Beyond the Safe City fact sheet (PDF, 385kb)to find out more information about the program.
A community conversation was held through the Beyond the Safe City Social Innovation Forum 5-6 March. View the Storify feed below to find out more about what was discussed at the forum.