The City’s Community Safety Officers are responsible for enforcing local laws in relation to ranger related duties as well as provide a mediation role to assist the Police, business community, locals and visitors to Fremantle.
Officers conduct security patrols of the CBD and surrounding suburbs using bicycles and vehicles and are on duty from 7am to 9pm, seven days a week. On public holidays the team operates from 8 to 6pm. Particular attention is given to areas where anti-social activity is known to occur and the well-known dog exercise areas within the City’s boundaries.
The City's officers strive to be the first responders to anti-social or nuisance behaviour and low level criminal activity such as street drinking and shop lifting. If you require assistance, the City's Community Safety Officers can be contacted on 1300 360 666.
As part of council's zero tolerance approach to criminal, anti-social and nuisance behaviour, the City of Fremantle has authorised the Community Safety team to issue infringements for street drinking and nuisance behaviour in public places under an existing local law. These powers will not extend to private property.
Security patrols will be extended to 2.00 am on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights with the team focusing on dealing with low level criminal activity within the City’s car parks, main streets and the surrounding suburbs.
The team can be contacted on 1300 360 666 if you wish to report any issues or require security patrols of a location.
- View the City of Fremantle Community Safety and Crime Prevention Plan 2019–24
- Download The Freo Way - public code of conduct.
- Home security checklist
- Party bus code of conduct
- Party bus set-down and lay-over map
Community Safety and Rangers
70 Parry Street, Fremantle
Fremantle WA 6160
T 1300 360 666