Community Safety

The City of Bunbury works in partnership with a number of agencies and community members to deliver programs and services to make Bunbury a safer place to live. 

For more information on the  City's various safety initiatives visit the pages below:

e-Watch

Bunbury Alcohol Accord

Neighbourhood Watch

Graffiti Reporting and Removal


Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan

The City has a well-established history of supporting and developing proactive crime prevention strategies. In 2008, in consultation with the local community and agency stakeholders, the City developed the first Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan for Bunbury. This plan is a strategic document which guides stakeholders’ actions in safety and crime prevention. The City recently finalised its second 5 year Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan that reflects a ‘whole of City approach’ and outlines the key crime prevention and safety actions for Bunbury to the year 2020.

Click here​ to download the plan.

Reporting Crime

If you have knowledge relating to a crime, or witnessed suspicious activity or maybe you saw a missing person the Police need to know. Such information is crucial! Your information may lead to an arrest or aid in an outcome of an investigation.

If you SEE something, KNOW something; HEAR something... SAY SOMETHING!

If you see a life threatening crime, call 000. If you see a non-life threatening offence, call 131 444
 
 
If you have any community safety concerns contact our dedicated Community Safety Officer on (08) 9792 7215, or records@bunbury.wa.gov.au, or visit the WA Police Community website for information and advice on how to improve your safety and security.