Crime Prevention Plan
Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2011-2015
The Orange Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategies 2011-2015 has been developed within the Council's integrated approach to planning across the organisation. The Values of Orange 2020 (Orange - A Healthy and Secure Community) have provided a framework for the strategies and their actions.
The targeted outcomes of the Plan are to:
- Reduced incidence of assault
- Reduced incidence of malicious damage
- Reduced incidence of steal from retail, motor vehicles, persons
- Reduced incidence of Steal Motor Vehicle
- Reduced incidence of Break and Enter
The Plan will be implemented through Council, in partnership with other agencies and reports will be provided to the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Community Committee.
You will find the Orange Community Safety and Crime Prevention Strategies 2011-2015 below.
Orange Strategic Plan for Community Safety and Crime Prevention 2011-2015 [164KB]
Orange City Council commissioned the Western Research Institute (WRI) to conduct research to support the development of the new Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan (2012-2016).
The research can be found in the following document.
Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan Research [1.64MB]
CBD Crime Prevention through CCTV
The Crime Prevention through CCTV Project establishment phase was finalised in December 2009. The use of CCTV cameras in the CBD has provided Police with an additional tool in deterring anti-social behaviour and identifying those responsible.
The Crime Prevention through CCTV Project Code of Practice was developed by Orange City Council in consultation with the Canobolas Local Area Command and the Orange community. This Code of Practice relates to 9 CCTV cameras operating in the CBD and contains key principles for the operation of this system.
CBD Crime Prevention Through CCTV - Code of Practice (101KB)
Summer Street Social Behaviour (Purdon) Report
In May 2009, Orange City Council engaged Purdon Associates to provide advice to Council on ways to address anti-social behaviour in Summer Street Orange and to advise on the implications for streetscape design.
Summer Street Social Behaviour (Purdon) Report (2MB)