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Safe City Logan Activities

Since 2018 Council has introduced a new approach to delivering community-based crime prevention and community safety activities. This new approach has increased the frequency of and opportunities for community members and groups to participate in a wider variety of community safety and crime prevention events/activities delivered throughout the community each year.

The Community Safety Program will regularly update this page with additional information on upcoming Safe City Logan initiatives and activities that we will be attending throughout the year. Keep an eye on our Logan City Council Facebook page for further information about our upcoming crime prevention/community safety activities or contact us to register to receive our Safe City Logan quarterly e-newsletter.

DateInitiativeDescriptionLocation / Time
2 August 2019

Eyes and Ears Out and About

The Community Safety Program will be at the Beenleigh Railway Station to undertake community engagement on the Eyes and Ears Out and About initiative.

Learn how you can be an active bystander when out and about. By reporting crime you can make all the difference for the safety of your local community.

Don't Ignore It #ReportIt

George Street, Beenleigh

7am - 9am
8 August 2019Safe PlatesThe Community Safety Program will be at Bunnings Bethania with the Volunteers in Policing installing free one-way screws to prevent number plate theft.9 Glasson Drive, Bethania

9am - 11am
17 August 2019

Eyes and Ears Out and About

The Community Safety Program will host a stall at the upcoming Eagleby Festival. Our Community Safety Officers will have a range of crime prevention and community safety information to assist residents to stay safe at home and when out and about.

If you are planning on attending, please stop by the Safe City Logan marquee for a chat with one of our Community Safety Officers and for a chance to have your say on the types of community safety and crime prevention events/ activities you would like to have in your local area.

1 Bishop Street, Eagleby

10am - 3pm
20 August 2019Safe City Logan information display at Logan Loves SeniorsThe Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the upcoming Logan Loves Seniors event. In addition to information on our Eyes and Ears Out and About active bystander campaign, the team are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding personal safety, safety around the home, car security, business crime prevention or the Logan Community Safety Program.Logan Entertainment Centre, 170 Wembley Road, Logan Central 

9am - 1:30pm
7 September 2019Eyes and Ears Out and About

The Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the Crestmead Annual Outdoor Spectacular (CAOS).

Learn how you can be an active bystander when out and about. By reporting crime you can make all the difference for the safety of your local community.

In addition to information on our Eyes and Ears Out and About active bystander campaign, the team are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding personal safety, safety around the home, car security, business crime prevention or the Logan Safety Camera Program.

Crestmead PCYC, Gimlet Street, Crestmead

10am - 2pm
14 SeptemberSafe City Logan Community Survey

The Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the Beenleigh Show.

This is an opportunity for members of the Logan community, aged 12 years and up, to tell Council how they feel about crime and community safety in their local area by participating in the annual Safe City Logan Community Survey, which will run throughout September.

In addition, there will be a variety of crime prevention information available and Community Safety Officers on-site to answer any questions you may have regarding the Eyes and Ears Out and About campaign, personal safety, safety around the home, car security and business crime prevention.

Beenleigh Show Grounds, James Street, Beenleigh

9am - 1pm
15 September 2019Safe City Logan Community Survey

The Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the Cedar Creek Community Festival.

This is an opportunity for members of the Logan community, aged 12 years and up, to tell Council how they feel about crime and community safety in their local area by participating in the annual Safe City Logan Community Survey, which will run throughout September.

In addition, there will be a variety of crime prevention information available and Community Safety Officers on-site to answer any questions you may have regarding the Eyes and Ears Out and About campaign, personal safety, safety around the home, car security and business crime prevention.

Cedar Creek Community Hall, 1 Chardon Bridge Road, Cedar Creek

10am - 2pm
21 September 2019Safe City Logan Community Survey

The Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the Jimboomba Country Markets.

This is an opportunity for members of the Logan community, aged 12 years and up, to tell Council how they feel about crime and community safety in their local area by participating in the annual Safe City Logan Community Survey, which will run throughout September.

In addition, there will be a variety of crime prevention information available and Community Safety Officers on-site to answer any questions you may have regarding the Eyes and Ears Out and About campaign, personal safety, safety around the home, car security and business crime prevention.

Jimboomba State School, Mt Lindesay Highway, Jimboomba

7am - 12pm
28 September 2019Safe City Logan Community Survey

The Community Safety Program will be hosting an information display at the Greenbank Park Run.

This is an opportunity for members of the Logan community, aged 12 years and up, to tell Council how they feel about crime and community safety in their local area by participating in the annual Safe City Logan Community Survey, which will run throughout September.

In addition, there will be a variety of crime prevention information available and Community Safety Officers on-site to answer any questions you may have regarding the Eyes and Ears Out and About campaign, personal safety, safety around the home, car security and business crime prevention.

Spring Mountain Reserve Park, Tully Connection Road, Greenbank

7am - 8:30am

View a summary of the types of Safe City Logan initiatives, events and activities (PDF 316 KB) that were delivered throughout 2017/2018.

Further information

For further information contact Council’s Community Safety Program:

Phone: (07) 3412 4608
Email: safecity@logan.qld.gov.au