Young people from African communities across Melbourne have taken part in the 'Beat the Time' school holiday program.
State-of-the-art smart lighting is now installed by The Leopold Proactive Pilot Project at several Leopold bus stops and sections of the Bellarine Rail Trail.
Up to 500 young people from Chin communities expected to take part over the term break.
The Night Safety Charter and Toolkit aims to improve safety for women and gender diverse people in Melbourne's CBD at night
Whitehorse City Council received a grant for upgrades to the Britannia Mall in Mitcham. Improvements include new street furniture, paving, lighting, and safety bollards.
The Victorian government is investing $300,000 in the Hand Brake Turn initiative, to help at-risk young people in Melbourne’s Northwest to gain education and employment opportunities in the motor vehicle industry.
Funding provided to six African-Australian sports clubs through the Sports Alliance for Crime Prevention to engage and support African-Australian young people.
Additional funding will support 15 youth crime prevention projects providing support for young people for a further 12 months.
Empowering Victorian communities to tackle the causes of crime is the cornerstone of Victoria's new Crime Prevention Strategy.
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