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ALC 15 year strategic plan 2012-2027



ALC 15 year strategic plan 2012-2027


Anindilyakwa Land Council


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ALC 15 year Strategic Plan 8. Goal D: Strengthen Community Capacity 101 The summits objective will be to identify a holistic action plan to substance misuse for the next five years. ACTIONS: 115. Work with community and agencies to develop a holistic five-year action plan to address substance misuse. 116. Implement the substance misuse strategy and action plan. 117. Evaluate the substance misuse strategy include trends and status of substance use. 118. Develop appropriate response strategies for the following five years. 8.2 CREATE SAFE COMMUNITIES The ALC is working with the Australian, NT and local governments and communities to make communities safer as part of the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Service Delivery. The development of a place-based plan and strategies that address community safety concerns are actions within the Agreement for Angurugu, Umbakumba and Milyakburra. A Community Engagement Police Officer and Government Engagement Coordinators have consulted with Anindilyakwa people to identify issues impacting on Angurugu and Umbakumbas community safety. Conversations are beginning with Milyakburra residents on their community safety plan. The safety issues identified by the community may be able to be resolved through community action or they may relate to matters that are the responsibility of various levels of government. This information has been collected and was detailed in a draft Community Safety Plan for each community in 2012. The final plans are being reviewed and are expected to be released in late 2012. Community safety plans are designed to tackle a range of safety issues including crime, disorder, anti-social behavior, the misuse of drugs and alcohol, reducing re-offending, family violence, and to provide public reassurance on issues affecting community safety. Community safety plans may also tackle issues associated with housing, homelessness, youth, childrens safety or other environmental issues affecting safety as identified by the individual communities. The ALC strongly advocates for the implementation of these Community Safety Plans in all three communities. The ALC views as valuable to community safety, police efforts to build relationships with community and in particular views the role of the Community