Police hold Safe Street event in Fitzgibbon

NORTHSIDE police will provide information on security and Neighbourhood Watch at a Safe Street Visit in Fitzgibbon this Saturday, May 20.

The event will be held in Kimberly Park on the corner of Norris Road and Noosa Street from 12-1pm.

North Brisbane District Crime Prevention officer Senior Constable Megan Dwyer said police would provide residents with local crime information and security tips.

"We will also be looking for volunteers for the local Neighbourhood Watch program," she said.

"Becoming a volunteer for your local Neighbourhood Watch group takes up little time but is a valuable tool in creating a safer community.

"We currently require a number of helpers to assist with the Fitzgibbon group.

"Unfortunately if we do not get some new volunteers come forward the group may be in jeopardy of closing."

For more information on either Neighbourhood Watch or the Safe Street visit, contact the Crime Prevention Office on 3364 3426.

Topics:  crime prevention unit neighbourhood watch safe street visit

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