City of Gold Coast (City) works in partnership with police, community and industry groups to create a safe community for residents and visitors.
From planning safer public spaces to tackling specific safety issues such as graffiti, the City is involved in a range of programs and projects to enhance feelings of safety and reduce crime.
We want all residents and visitors to be able to experience the unique lifestyle the Gold Coast has to offer, free from fear of crime. We need your help to report crime and address its causes.
In case of an emergency, call Triple Zero (000) for Police, Fire or Ambulance.
To report a non-urgent crime or incident, or for general police enquiries, phone Policelink on 131 444
(07 3055 6206 for interstate / mobile callers) or report a non-urgent incident online.
To provide information about a crime, call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
The City works closely with the Queensland Police Service and local neighbourhood watch groups.
For more information on ways you can be involved, contact the Gold Coast Police District Crime Prevention Unit on 07 5581 2840.
The City is committed to removing graffiti, but we need your help to do it.
Feeling safe and confident helps us to stay mobile and makes it easier to enjoy community life. The City of Gold Coast supports a safer environment by promoting the Get Home Safe Programs, Safer Suburbs Awards and monitoring the Gold Coast Safety Camera Network. You can also get involved by joining your local Neighbourhood Watch, reporting car theft, reducing the risk of crime in your business and protecting your personal safety.
There are also a variety of safety initiatives managed by other local organisations, including:
- Queensland Police Service Party Safe program allows you to register your party with local police.
- Good Sports program is designed to assist clubs with the responsible management of alcohol through an accreditation process requiring clubs to implement a variety of practices and policies.