Freo's View

FREMANTLE SAFER FOR SHOPPERS

Posted in bid, city of fremantle, crime, law&order, retail by freoview on March 9, 2017

 

The Fremantle BID concierge initiative in the Atwell and Manning High Street malls has been very successful according to the latest figures from Triparty.

  • Anti-social behaviour was recorded 27 times in September 2016, but it was zero in January 2017.
  • Begging of 24 cases recorded in September ’16 was down to 6 in January ’17.
  • Busking went down from 12 in Sept to only 1 in January.
  • Street drinking went down from 5 recorded cases in September to 0 in January.
  • Shop lifting came down from 15 cases in September to just 1 in January.
  •  Sleepers/homeless people down from 16 in September 2016 to only 1 in January 2017.

These are remarkable figures that show that the right actions do make Fremantle a safer place to visit and shop in.

Roel Loopers

 

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  1. freoishome said, on March 10, 2017 at 8:36 am

    Be good to see those stats but also in the context of the primary positive users of the mall, eg, shoppers, people enjoying the shade and benches, etc. If they are also equally low in comparison, is it the success one might imagine?
    Paul


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