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Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan

The Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan was produced by the Community Safety Task Force. While this was a RWPP Task Force it was convened and serviced by South Sydney Council. With the Council amalgamation the Safety Plan was taken over by the CoS and it currently is displayed on the CoS web site. We have included it on the REDWatch site with section details to assist you find areas of interest within the report.
File Cover
This is the Cover to the Published Redfern-Waterloo Community Safety Plan
File Chapter 1 pages 2-22
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN - ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS - ABORIGINAL STATEMENT - MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - Chapter One – Introduction p13 / 1.1 Background p13 / 1.2 The Redfern-Waterloo Partnership Project p13 / 1.3 Framework for the development of the Redfern-Waterloo Community Safety Plan p14 / 1.4 Redfern-Waterloo Community Safety Taskforce p18 / 1.5 Redfern-Waterloo Community Profile p18 / 1.6 Redfern – Suburb Map p20 / 1.7 Waterloo – Suburb Map p20 / 1.6 Redfern – Selected characteristics p21 /1.7 Waterloo – Selected characteristics p22
File Chapter 2 pages 23-46
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Two – Crime Profile p23 / 2.1 Introduction p23 / 2.2 Crime and Safety in South Sydney p25 / 2.3 Motor Vehicle Theft p26 / 2.4 Steal from Motor Vehicle p28 / 2.5 Steal from Person p29 / 2.6 Robbery p31 / 2.7 Break and Enter – Dwelling p33 / 2.8 Assault p34 / 2.9 Offender and Victim Profile p35 / 2.10 Addressing Crime and Safety in South Sydney p36 / 2.11 Community Consultation p38 / 2.12 Existing Research p42
File Chapter 3 pages 47-54
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Three – Community Strengthening Activities p47 / 3.1 Introduction p47 / 3.2 Social Capital p47 / 3.3 Redfern-Waterloo Partnership Project Community Strengthening Activities p48 / 3.4 South Sydney Council Community Strengthening Activities p49
File Chapter 4 pages 55-66
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Four – Early Intervention Approaches to Community Safety p55 / 4.1 Introduction p55 / 4.2 Commonwealth Government and Early Intervention p55 / 4.3 The N.S.W. Government and Early Intervention p57 / 4.4 The Redfern-Waterloo Partnership Project and Early Intervention p58 / 4.5 South Sydney Council Services and Draft Social Plan p60 / 4.6 Children and Family Support Services in Redfern-Waterloo p62
File Chapter 5 pages 67-77
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Five – Community Safety and Young People 67 / 5.1 Introduction 67 / 5.2 Young People – Offenders or Victims? 67 / 5.3 Commonwealth Government and Young People 69 / 5.4 N.S.W. Government and Young People 69 / 5.5 Redfern-Waterloo Partnership Project and Young People 70 / 5.6 Redfern Police and Young People 71 / 5.7 South Sydney Council – Services and Draft Social Plan –Young People 73 / 5.8 Youth Services in Redfern-Waterloo 73
File Chapter 6 pages 78-84
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Six – Health, Drug and Alcohol Issues p78 / 6.1 Introduction p78 / 6.2 Harm minimisation p78 / 6.3 National Illicit Drug Strategy p78 / 6.4 N.S.W. Government Illicit Drug and Alcohol initiatives p79 / 6.5 Redfern-Waterloo Initiatives p79 / 6.6 South Sydney Council Services and the Draft Social Plan – Drugs and Alcohol p81
File Chapter 7 pages 85-92
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Chapter Seven – Planning and Environmental Issues p85 / 7.1 Introduction p85 / 7.2 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) p85 / 7.3 The New South Wales Government and CPTED p87 / 7.4 South Sydney Council and CPTED p87 / 7.5 Redfern-Waterloo Initiatives p87 / 7.6 South Sydney Council Planning Documents p89
File Bibliography pages 93-102
REDFERN-WATERLOO COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN Bibliography p93 / Appendix A – Consultation questions p96 / Appendix B – List of groups and individuals consulted p98 / Appendix C – Communication Strategy p99
File Redfern-Waterloo Community Safety Plan Evaluation 2008
This is the 2008 Process and outcome evaluation of May 2008 by Jenny Bargen of the Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan. The Plan was set up initially as part of the NSW Government's Redfern Waterloo Partnership Project with Council as the lead agency. This file is a now a text searchable PDF. File is 558 KB PDF.
File Redfern-Waterloo Community Safety Plan Evaluation 2008 - OCR Copy
This is the 2008 Process and outcome evaluation of May 2008 by Jenny Bargen of the Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan. The Plan was set up initially as part of the NSW Government's Redfern Waterloo Partnership Project with Council as the lead agency. We have replaced the OCR version of the original file with a searchable PDF version of the report. We have kept the OCR link so people can find the report from links in recent RWIUs. The File is 558KB KB PDF.
Clarification by CoS on Future of Community Safety Plans in Redfern Waterloo
REDWatch has raised concerns about the failure of the CoS to impliment the recomendation from the Evaluation of the Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan which calls for Council and the community "to decide what needs to be done from now on”. The Issue was raised at the March 2009 Redfern Waterloo Community Forum. The response below was received from the CoS in response to follow up correspondence to CoS CEO and Deputy Lord Mayor Marcelle Hoff. REDWatch continues to seek discussion between Council and the community about a Redfern Waterloo specific follow up to the Redfern Waterloo Community Safety Plan which Council now considers completed.
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