Council provides a number of safety programs to create a safer Logan for the community. Creating a Safer City (PDF 1054 KB) outlines Council's strategy to put in place actions to address crime and safety issues in Logan City.
Fixed, mobile and portable safety cameras are installed across the city and monitored 24 hours a day by trained Monitoring staff.
Following the successful inaugural Community Safety Symposium in 2015 focusing on child protection, Council will be planning another symposium for 2016.
Council's crime prevention flyers available in a number of languages.
Public places and spaces can be designed for safety by adopting three key principles.
Lighting enhances the level of safety in Logan's public places and spaces.
SafeRoads4Logan is a partnership between Logan City Council, the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Police Service, Queensland Health and RACQ aimed at adopting a safe system framework encompassing safe roads or roadsides, safe vehicles and safe road users.
The Week of Action is a partnership between the Queensland Police Service and Logan City Council aimed at addressing community safety issues and supporting the local community.