Meadow Springs: Community forum to outline Mandurah’s new policing model

Mandurah MLA David Templeman at Mandurah Police station.
Mandurah MLA David Templeman at Mandurah Police station.

MANDURAH MLA David Templeman has urged residents to attend a Community Safety Forum in Meadow Springs on Monday to discuss Mandurah’s new policing model.

Police and Road Safety Minister Michelle Roberts has accepted an invitation from Mr Templeman to attend.

Local senior police officers will also be available to answer questions.

“Community safety is always an issue whether it be concern about break-ins, hooning drivers and feeling safe about taking a walk in our local streets and parks,” Mr Templeman said.

“This is your chance to make sure our police are aware of any particular local issues, so I urge anyone with an interest in community safety to come along, listen and have a say.

“This will also be a great opportunity to talk about recent changes to our metropolitan police districts and what they mean for our local suburbs.

“It’s also a great place to meet the officers in charge of policing in our local districts.

“If we speak out loudly about local concerns, it helps police better respond to local needs.”

The free event will begin at 6:30pm and finish at 8pm at Meadow Springs Sporting Facility.

RSVP by emailing david.templeman@mp.wa.gov.au or call 9581 3944.