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Go into the light

LET there be light.
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That’s the crux of OrangeCity Council’scommunity safety committee’s plan as itaims to counteractthe causes of anti-social behaviour in the city.

According to Councillor Ron Gander theinstallation and maintenanceof street lightshas not kept pace with the city’s development, giving rise tocrime hot spots.

He believes Summer Street and McNamara Lane should be among the top priorities when it comes to upgrading the lighting system.

“You’ve got to have good lighting on the main street,” Cr Gander said.

“It helps prevent anti-social behaviour, including assaults and vandalism.

“There’s often anti-social activities there and businesses have asked for more lighting and CCTV cameras.”

Cr Gander said council needed to monitor the residential and commercial changes in the cityand implement strategies to ensure residents’ safety accordingly, but he also placedthe onus on the public to report where lights needed to be fixed or improved.

“The city is changing,” he said.

“There is a process, residents can put something in writing and we’ll investigate it.”

Cr Gander noted there were some streets where overgrowntrees were blocking out existing lights, while others have simply not had existing faults repaired.

Councillor Kevin Duffy echoed his fellow committee member’s calls, arguing the program’sfocus should be on pedestriancrossings and the taxi rank opposite the Royal Hotel on Lords Place.

“The lighting at the cab ranks is important for crowd control,” Cr Duffy said.

“It alsoadds security for taxi drivers.”

He said the pedestrian crossings on Anson Street near Woolworths and outside Blechington Public School needed additional lighting as soon as possible.

In 2015 police submitted recommendations to council –after consultation with residents and businesses –about where work could be done to reduce crime hot spots in the city.

“The recommendations included street lighting and safe-by-design principles,” acting crime manager Yonneka Hillsaid.

Inspector Hill said community safety audits were conducted on a regular basis and police could providea similar service to residents and businesses, if it was required.

“We offer free home safety audits for anyone who wants one, contact Orange police and our crime prevention officer,”acting crime manager Yonneka Hillsaid.

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