Community Crime Prevention
Crime prevention involves activities that seek to prevent crime and offending before it occurs. It includes activities which address fear of crime.
The prevention of crime requires individuals, communities, business, community organisations and all levels of government to work together.
To support local community action, this website has fact sheets, guidelines and information on crime prevention. It has information about community crime prevention grants and tips on managing crime prevention projects. You can also use our map to see where crime prevention projects are happening across Victoria.
Applications are now open for the Community Safety Fund grants.
Victorian councils are invited to apply for grants of up to $250,000 for the development of public safety and security infrastructure to improve community safety and confidence in public places.
The Victorian Government has allocated $5.8m to support new community led crime prevention initiatives
Known as ‘Dob in a Dealer’, the campaign calls on local residents to confidentially report information regarding those manufacturing and distributing ice and other drugs.