Safe City Logan Symposium
Through the City of Logan Safe City Strategy and Action Plan 2016 – 2020 (PDF 13536 KB), Council has committed to delivering the Safe City Logan Symposium initiative annually until 2020.
The initiative, established in 2015 and hosted at Griffith University - Logan Campus, brings together a range of specialised and expert speakers who aim to increase awareness and education to vested members of the City of Logan community on priority safety issues.
Council and key stakeholders have now delivered five successful annual symposiums, which have focused on topical community safety issues.
2019 Safe City Logan Symposium
The 2019 Safe City Logan Symposium was held on 27 June 2019. The focus topic for the 2019 symposium was Cyber Safety. Participants heard from a range of industry expert speakers, including Hetty Johnston, Nicole Gibson and representatives from the Queensland Police Service on different cyber safety issues including:
- Online bullying;
- Online fraud;
- Online sexual exploitation; and
- Online child grooming.
The 2019 symposium was a great success with more than 100 people attending. Feedback from the symposium showed that 100% of attendees rated the event as either very good or good and 100% of attendees said the speakers were knowledgeable and informative and would recommend the symposium to a colleague.
Registrations for the next Safe City Logan Symposium will open in 2020 with the topic, speakers and registration details to be announced in due course.
For further information, contact Council’s Community Services Branch:
Phone: (07) 3412 4303