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Coordinated by Injury Control Council of WA, Community Safety Month showcases free, fun and informative events across WA, each October, and encourages public participation in these events.

"Maintaining a safe WA is a priority. We can all take action during Community Safety Month to create safer places to work, live and play."

Attend an Event


With 100 + events across WA, you'll be sure to learn some new safety tips and meet local people who can help you in an emergency. Type your postcode or address to find a Community Safety event near you.

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Download the Community Safety Month logo, banner or key messages here and help us spread the message for a safer WA



Photo Gallery

Click here to view the Community Safety Month Launch photo gallery.

Meet our Patron
The Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi

The City of Perth's Strategic Community Plan demonstrates leadership towards an accessible city community of diversity and vibrancy that is safe and secure.

The Lord Mayor's dedication towards a Safe City approach and wide-spread rapport with community residents, workers and visitors, leads the WA effort towards community safety.

Introducing our Safety Champions Bob Littman & Christine Cairns

Christine and Bob have dedicated over 45 years towards fire safety.

As volunteer JAFFA Support Officers, Christine and Bob meet parents and juvenilles, within their home, to provide education and address fire lighting behaviour.

As volunteer Bushfire Ready Facilitators in Roleystone, Christine and Bob work with the community to prepare and response to bushfires

Attend our Launch

Join us as we launch Community Safety Month!

  • Wednesday 1 October
  • Forrest Place stage area, Wellington St, PERTH
  • 12:00pm

Our Patron will open Community Safety Month and together with the kids of WA, create a safer Itty Bitty City!

Our Safety Champions will explain how everyday individuals can create a safer WA

Thanks to our Sponsors

The Injury Control Council of WA is grateful to our supporters who are helping us create a safer WA.