Community Safety

Community Safety

Improving resident and visitor perception of safety is a priority in Frankston City.

Abandoned Vehicles

Abandoned Vehicles

Council has the power to impound abandoned vehicles. Please report.

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Child Safety Statement of Commitment

Frankston City Council is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of all children and to protecting them from child abuse.

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Fire Safety

Prepare weeks and months before the fire season. Act on the daily Fire Danger Rating. Survive a fire.

Graffitti Hotline

Graffiti Management

Graffiti is an illegal act of vandalism and Council aims to remove graffiti quickly.

Hoon Hotline - call 1800 NO HOON or 1800 66 4666 - call 000 for Emergency

Hoon Driving

Report Hoon Driving at Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Kids in Hot Cars

Kids In Hot Cars

Frankston City Council has joined Kidsafe Victoria’s ‘Do Not Leave Children In Cars’ campaign.

Municipal Emergency Management Plan

Municipal Emergency Management Plan (MEMP)

Council's MEMP addresses how to prevent, respond to and recover from emergencies.

Neighbourhood Disputes

Neighbourhood Disputes

Information regarding Neighbourhood Disputes and how to resolve them.

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Noise

Noise which may be affecting other residents, may be subject to Regulations.

Closed Circuit Television CCTV

Security Camera Program

Frankston City has a series of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) supporting community safety.

Train Stations

Train Stations

Protective Service Officers (PSOs) and Friends of Frankston Station.

Vehicle Theft

Reduce the risk of your car being stolen.

What to do in specific Emergency Situations

What to do in specific Emergency Situations

Bushfires, flood, heatwave, hazardous chemicals release, house fire and severe storm

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