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Campaspe Police have their eye on Facebook

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January 24, 2018

CAMPASPE Police have launched their official Eyewatch Facebook page. Eyewatch – Campaspe Police Service Area will help residents influence change in their area and help police ensure a safer community for all.

CAMPASPE Police have launched their official Eyewatch Facebook page.

Eyewatch – Campaspe Police Service Area will help residents influence change in their area and help police ensure a safer community for all.

The program is operating in 39 Police Service Areas around Victoria – and it’s growing.

With a combined following of more than 330,000, Eyewatch pages have been created to help the community keep up-to-date with local initiatives, safety and crime prevention information and general policing updates.

The initiative will allow police to connect with residents online to assist with community engagement, crime prevention and solving crimes.

Campaspe local area commander Inspector Geoff Owen is asking anyone who lives, works or visits the Campaspe area to follow the Eyewatch – Campaspe Police Service Area Facebook page and to share the page with family and friends.

“It is a timely launch date — just before the Australia Day long weekend which is the area’s biggest tourist influx.

“We’ll be able to provide road policing safety messaging with the aim to get visitors and locals to and from the events without accident or injury.”

To find the pages, search Eyewatch – Campaspe Police Service Area on Facebook.

If you need urgent police assistance or see anything suspicious that needs urgent police assistance please call 000.

For non-urgent police assistance contact your local police station or the 24-hour Echuca Police Station on 5483 1500. Crime Information can also be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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