Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Travel and other restrictions are set to change for Queensland, including Redland City, when 70%, 80% and 90% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.

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Council's commitment to safety and security

To ensure Redland residents and visitors enjoy a high quality of life, free from the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour, Council:

  • provides residents with safety and security advice
  • reduces graffiti, vandalism and hooning
  • provides advice about fire safety and fire hazards
  • develops community safety networks
  • identifies and responds local crime trends, by consulting with local residents and police
  • reduces the fear of crime
  • designs safe environments, and ensure new developments are safe and secure
  • targeted crime prevention projects & upgrades of existing public open space areas, including the installation of security cameras to minimise crime and anti-social behaviour 
  • improve the security of public facilities.

Council develops policies and projects to address crime-related issues in partnership with Queensland Police Service and many other government and non government agencies. For information on these projects, contact the Council's Community Safety Advisor on 07 3829 8999.

Also see Council's CDV-005-P Community Safety Policy [PDF, 0.1MB].