Tuesday, 16th March 2021

Eyewatch Facebook pages connect your local police with the community to help assist with:

  • crime prevention
  • neighbourhood safety
  • solving crimes in your area

Eyewatch is currently operating in 54 regions around Victoria. With a combined following of over 416,000, the initiative is empowering Victorians to be active participants in making their community safer.

Your local Eyewatch will keep you up to date with community initiatives, safety and crime prevention information and general policing updates. Speak directly with your local police to be a part of the conversation.

Get involved by following your local Eyewatch page and sharing the information with your network – your local police are waiting to connect with you.

Never use social media to request police assistance. For emergencies where immediate police, fire or ambulance is required call Triple Zero (000). Contact your local police station via phone or in person to report non-emergency crime incidents.

If you have any information regarding a crime, criminal activity, or hoon behaviour you can contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or by confidentially reporting what you know.

Source: police.vic.gov.au

Source: Caitlin Fraser