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Community Safety & Crime Prevention information

Logan City Council is committed to partnering with other government agencies, community groups and individuals to deliver a variety of community-based programs and initiatives to help make the City of Logan even safer.

Phone down, eyes up – your personal safety matters

The use of mobile phone and smart phone devices are more popular than ever before. While they are a great tool to stay connected with friends and family or pass the time while waiting for the next train, they can also be a dangerous distraction.

Council's Community Safety Program have joined forces with the Queensland Police Service - Logan District Criminal Investigation Branch, to raise awareness amongst the Logan community of the dangers associated with mobile phone and other device distractions. The Phone Down #EyesUp campaign aims to empower individuals to take responsibility for their own safety by putting their mobile devices down, keeping their eyes up and being aware of what is happening around them. Individuals are also reminded to be on the lookout for suspicious behaviour and to report anything untoward to Policelink on 131 444 or if it is an emergency, dial 000.

To find out more about how you can reduce your vulnerability to theft when out and about, view our Mobile Device Safety Fact Sheet. (PDF 4565 KB).

A Quick Guide to Community Safety in the City of Logan

A Quick Guide to Community Safety in the City of Logan booklet, is a combined publication providing a variety of community safety and crime prevention information. All information in this guide was correct as at the time of publication. However, Council acknowledges that some components of services may change from time-to-time.

An e-text copy of the Quick Guide to Community Safety in the City of Logan booklet, appropriate for individuals who have a visual impairment or who may require use of a screen reader, is provided below:

A Quick Guide to Community Safety in the City of Logan e-text (PDF 101 KB)

Council's crime prevention fact sheets are available for viewing in a number of languages.

Car safety

Personal safety

Safe night out

School safety

Logan Safety Camera Program

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Business crime prevention