Safety and security
The City has numerous proactive measures to assist and promote community safety for Gold Coast residents and visitors alike.
Find information about our safety camera network, and camera locations.
Neighbourhood Watch aims to minimise the incidence of preventable crime, increase the incidence of reporting crime to the Police, improve the level of personal and household security and to improve the relationship between local Police and community. Learn how to get involved.
Are you or someone you know actively working to make our suburbs safer? Nominate them for our biennial Safer Suburbs Awards.
If you're planning a night out, make sure the plan includes getting home safely. Know your public transport options and follow these safety tips.
Feeling safe and confident helps us to stay mobile and makes it easier to enjoy personal safety, community life and recreational activities.
You can help reduce the risk of crime to your business by being aware and using preventative strategies to tighten security and improve business safety procedures.
Be informed about bike theft and take simple steps to reduce the likelihood of it happening to you.
Be informed about car theft and take simple steps to reduce the likelihood of it happening to you.
The City has developed a wallet-sized Safety Information card containing contact details of support services who may be of assistance in times of need.
The City of Gold Coast partners with Queensland Police Service, Neighbourhood Watch and other key stakeholders to conduct safety audits throughout the city.
- Business safety
- Bike theft prevention
- Car theft prevention
- City of Gold Coast Safety Information
- Community concerns
- Gold Coast Safety Camera Network
- Home safely
- Neighbourhood Watch
- Personal safety & security
- Safer Suburbs Award
- Safety audit program