Business safety and crime prevention in Mandurah will be the focus of a forum to be held on November 24.
Local businesses are invited to hear updates from WA Police and the City of Mandurah about local community safety and crime prevention projects, along with tips for improving business safety and security.
Guest speaker Assistant Commissioner Gary Budge from Metropolitan Region - South will be helping businesses to become proactive about crime prevention by providing ideas and advice on how to improve the safety and security of their premises.
There will be a mini trade show showcasing the latest security products and services including locks, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and safes.
The event will also include information on what the City is doing to keep Mandurah safe, including initiatives around graffiti management, alcohol and antisocial behaviour, CCTV and strategic planning.
All local businesses, non-profit organisations and other business agencies are invited to come along.
The Safer Mandurah Local Business Forum will be held at the Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club on Friday, November 24.
To register for this event and have the chance to win some valuable resources for your business, go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/safer-mandurah-and-the-peel-business-breakfast-forum-2017- tickets-37798295720?aff=es2