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* 2. Is English your first language?

PART A: Public Health

The "Public Health Act 2016" requires local government authorities in WA to develop and implement a Public Health Plan. The plan uses data from literature research and community consultation processes to determine the health issues that are significant within the Town of Port Hedland. The plan outlines how the Town may address these issues through daily operational functions.

This part of the survey aims to achieve the following:
- Identify health issues perceived to be most important to the community
- Identify strategies that may be used by the Town to address health issues
- Determine the perceived quality of health-related services currently provided to the community
- Identify areas of improvement needed around the delivery and accessibility of Town services to benefit community health and wellbeing

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* 6. Using a scale from 1 to 5 (1 lowest importance | 5 highest importance), please rate the following health issues that you believe are important within the Town of Port Hedland

  1 2 3 4 5
Access to health services
Cardiovascular health
Child & adolescent Health
Food security and nutrition
Injury prevention and control
Mental health
Misuse of alcohol and other drugs
Personal hygiene 
Sexual health 
Tobacco smoking

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* 7. Please select two (2) strategies that you believe the Town of Port Hedland should support to address health issues in our community

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* 8. Select your responses to the following within the Town of Port Hedland

  Very Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Neutral Satisfied Very Satisfied Don't Know
Quality of life (eg. your ability to maintain health and wellbeing)
Public transport services
Availability of nutritious food
Health care system (eg. access to suitable health services)
Support for youth
Support for families
Support for the elderly

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* 9. During the Town's Annual Perception Survey of 2018, community members were asked to rank certain Town services, programs, activities and amenities in order of satisfaction. Please select two (2) from below that you believe require the most improvement in delivery and accessibility

PART B: Community Safety

The Town of Port Hedland is renewing its Community Safety Plan 2019-2021. We want to understand what community safety issues are of concern, what your perception of safety is and what strategies we should consider when planning and implementing a strategic plan. The plan will have four focus areas:

- Personal Safety
- Resilient Communities
- Safe Streets and Open Spaces
- Partnership 

We aim to correlate community experiences with place based data to understand how we can improve the gap between the perception and reality of safety in our community. 

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* 10. Select three (3) words that best describe what a safe community means to you? 

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* 11. What is your response to the following statements?

  Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree nor Disagree Disagree Strongly Disagree Decline to Answer / Don't Know
I feel safe living in the Town of Port Hedland
The crime rate in the Town of Port Hedland is low
The crime rate in the Town of Port Hedland is lower that surrounding local districts
The crime rate in the Town of Port Hedland has decreased in the past 12 months

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* 12. What are you basing your responses to the previous question on?

  Yes No Declined to Answer Don't Know
In the past 12 months, I have been a victim of crime with the Town of Port Hedland (If yes, please complete question 12a below)
I know of someone who have been a recent victim of crime within the Town of Port Hedland
Town of Port Hedland website / community notice
Northwest Telegraph or other news outlets
Social media: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat etc. 
Crime statistics from the web
Word of mouth

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* 13. If you have been a victim of crime in the past 12 months within the Town of Port Hedland, which of the following have you experienced? 

  Yes No Declined Answer Not Applicable / has not happened to me
Someone broke into your home (successful or attempted)
Someone stole or vandalised your car
Your property have been vandalised (graffiti and/or structure)
Someone used force or violence against you

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* 14. What is the frequency of the following in your local area? 

  Never Happens Happens but is not Frequent Happens Monthly Happens Daily Declined to Answer Don't Know
Antisocial behaviour
Theft from and damage to motor vehicles
Vandalism to buildings and public property
Unsupervised youth and children 

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* 16. What do you feel should be done to address this single most important community safety issue? 

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* 17. Have you had any experiences where you have felt unsafe within the Town of Port Hedland in the past 12 months? If yes, please provide a brief description of the experience where you felt most unsafe.

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* 18. The below community safety programs are currently operating in Hedland. If you are interested in participating in any of these programs please indicate.

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* 19. When, and for how long, would you be able to attend these programs?

  30 Mins 1 Hour 2 to 3 Hours Half Day More No Preference 
Weekday morning
Weekday afternoon
Weekday evening
Saturday morning
Saturday afternoon
Sunday morning
Sunday afternoon

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* 20. Please select your preferred method(s) for receiving community safety information

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* 21. Do you know how to access assistance for non-life threatening matters?

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* 22. Are you aware of any of the following community safety initiatives and working groups in Hedland?

  Yes No
Sobering Up Centre
Community Patrol
SLAM Basketball
Keeping Women Safe Workshop
Men's Shed
Men's Group Strong Roots
Alternative to Violence Workshop
Cultural Awareness Workshops
Monthly Morning Teas (Hedland Well Women's Centre)
Hedland Community Safety Advisory Forum
Hedland Community Safety Action Group
Port Hedland Alcohol and Other Drug Management Plan Group
Hedland Youth Stakeholder Action Group
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) Networking Group
Hedland Road Wise Group
District Leadership Group
Hedland Early Years Network
Hedland Collective
Hedland Aboriginal Strong Leaders

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* 23. Would you like to express any other comments regarding health and safety in the Town of Port Hedland?

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* 24. Would you like to enter into the draw for a chance to win a $200 Harvey Norman Gift Voucher or $200 Retra Vision Gift Voucher?

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TOWN OF PORT HEDLAND [Hedland Community Health and Safety Survey 2019]

1          The Promoter is the Town of Port Hedland (ABN 19 220 085 226) of Civic Centre, 13 McGregor Street, Port Hedland.

2          By entering this competition, the entrant accepts these terms and conditions.

3          Entry to the competition is free.

4          The competition commences at 00:01am (WST) on 6 February 2019 and closes at 23:59pm on 6 March 2019.  

5          To be eligible, entrants:

(a)        must be over 18;

(b)       cannot be an employee of the Town, or a member of that employee’s immediate family[i]; and

6          Entrants may only enter once and any additional attempts will be disregarded.

7          Entrants agree to have their name published in association with this contest.

8          Prize winners:          

            (a)        will be selected at random on at 11am on 11 March 2019 at the Civic Centre;

(b)       will be contacted on the contact details the entrant provides; and

(c)        must attend the Civic Centre on 9158 9300 to redeem their prize.

9          Prizes:

(a)        the first prize winner will receive a 1x $200 Harvey Norman, Port Hedland Gift Voucher;

(b)       the second prize winner will receive a 1x $200 Retra Vision Gift Voucher, South Hedland;

            (c)        are not negotiable or redeemable for cash; and

(d)       if the Promoter cannot locate a prize winner and/or the prize winner does not collect their prize within 14 days (or as otherwise agreed) of the previous draw, the Promoter will conduct a redraw as soon as practicable in accordance with these terms and conditions.

10        The Promoter’s decision regarding the prize winner is final.

11        The Promoter is not liable for any loss or damage whatsoever, or for any personal injury suffered or sustained, as a result of entering this competition or using any of the prizes.

12        Personal information provided for the purpose of entering this competition will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the relevant privacy laws.

[i] Immediate family means mother, father, daughter, son, brother, sister, husband, wife or defacto husband or wife living at the same residential address as the employee.
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