SaferToodyay

... working for a safer Toodyay


Above: Stirling Terrace/Charcoal Lane shopping precincts (Photo with compliments of Road Traffic Services/Shire of Toodyay - for images of Piesse Street and the Cola Cafe visit Toodyay RoadWise Committee).

SaferToodyay is the Toodyay community's link to local, state and federal agencies dealing with matters of safety and crime prevention.

SaferToodyay provides a community forum and action platform for planning, implementing, and managing safety and crime prevention initiatives.
One of its first priorities was to develop and maintain the Community Safety & Crime Prevention Plan. This is regularly updated
Association members include representatives from the Shire of Toodyay, the Toodyay Police, the Toodyay District High School, Holyoake, the Toodyay Bendigo Community Bank and St John Ambulance.

The Toodyay RoadWise initiative is a subcommittee of SaferToodyay.

Visit the Toodyay RoadWise link to get the latest update on Toodyay Road

Find Here Emergency Support Services & Help-Lines available in Toodyay, and the Wheatbelt

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!!!ALERTS!!!


REMOTE ACCESS SCAMS
The Australian Cyber Security Centre's (ACSC) Scamwatch have received an increased number of reports in the last five days of remote access scams (or Technical Support Scams), prepending to be telecommunication companies, government departments and parcel delivery companies. They are mainly targeting areas where lockdowns are in place where people are vulverable, however we need to be aware that they can strike anywhere at any time. Go to staysmartonline for more details.
Read the latest ACSC COVID-19 Threat Report

Since the pandemic outbreak, the Government’s Scamwatch has received over 3,060 coronavirus themed scam reports with over $1,371,000 in reported losses.

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Find out how the Australian Government Health Department is responding to and monitoring the Covid-19 Pandemic. Visit their site to find the latest advice.

PROTECT YOURSELF ONLINE
It's TAX TIME, and the ATO are receiving increased reports of myGov related SMS and email scams.
These are unsolicited messages and contain scams that are made to look authentic and - to make it easier for you - they have links imbedded in the message for you to click on to verify your details. DON'T CLICK ON ANY LINK in an unsolicited message (or a message for a service you have not asked for). The only one it makes it easier for is the scammer!
Stay Smart Online provides simple, easy to understand advice on how to protect yourself online, as well as up-to-date information on the latest online threats and how to respond.

Go to staysmartonline to find out more.

You can register for 'Alerts' from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) here

REPORT ROAD SIGN ISSUES

If you see any issues with road signs (blown over, facing wrong way, etc.) they need to be reported. For local roads report the issue to the Shire; for Main Roads telephone 138 138 immediately. Your report may save a life!

NEW PENALTIES FOR MOBILE PHONE USERS
As of September 1st 2020, new penalties apply for using your phone while driving. They are:
Penalty 1 - Touching or holding your phone for audio calls: $500 and 3 demerit points;
Penalty 2 – More distracting tasks like texting, using social media or watching videos: $1000 and 4 demerit points.
The best way to avoid these fines and demerit points are - DON'T DO IT!

NEW PENALTIES FOR RADAR DETECTORS
As of October 12th 2020, penalties will apply for drivers of vehicles fitted with radar detectors (bringing WA in line with other states).
A radar detector fitted to a car or other light vehicle - operational or not - will be issued with a $1,200 on the spot infringement and seven demerit points. Drivers of trucks or other heavy vehicles will be fined with a $1,500 on the spot infringement and seven demerit points. On a double demerit point long weekend it will result in a loss of licence
DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS
Research has shown that daytime running lights can reduce multiple vehicle daytime crashes by up to 11%. Many cars - particularly dark coloured ones - can merge with the landscape, particularly in rural areas. Consider you and passenger's safety and light up!

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Alerts updated 11 October 2020

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Committee and Contacts

Chairperson Brian Raynor
Vice Chairperson  Paul Sutton
Secretary Desraé Clarke
Treasurer Wayne Clarke
RoadWise Chairperson Bob Neville

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