Breakfast for safer businesses

L to R - Belinda Trowbridge, Mel Quatember, Andrew McKerrell, Sgnt Paul Trimble, John Perry, Paula Johnston, Mayor Marina Vergone & MLA David Templeman
L to R - Belinda Trowbridge, Mel Quatember, Andrew McKerrell, Sgnt Paul Trimble, John Perry, Paula Johnston, Mayor Marina Vergone & MLA David Templeman

BUSINESS owners in Mandurah have a chance to learn how to create a safer working environment at a breakfast this May.

The breakfast is an initiative between police, the City of Mandurah and the Peel Chamber of Commerce.

Attendees will learn about the South Metropolitan area�s new policing model and the resources available to them through City of Madurah�s safer Mandurah project.

Before the event, Peel CCI will send out a survey in relation to South Metro�s new policing model and the safer Mandurah project.

Survey questions will be answered at the breakfast.

Mandurah Mayor Marina Vergone, local police sergeants and Peel Chamber president Donna Cocking will be on hand for a question and answer session in which audience members can find out more about the model and project.

South Metropolitan community engagement officer Sergeant Paul Trimble encouraged all business owners to attend.

�We want local businesses to be aware of the resources available to them to create a safer working environment,� he said.

The safer Mandurah and peel local business breakfast forum is on May 22 at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

It is a free breakfast beginning at 7am at Bendigo Bank Stadium on Dower Street.

Book your place at the event by completing this survey <a href="“>click here for more.