Mitchell Shire in partnership with local police will host a community safety forum on June 19 at the Community Place, Chittick Park.
The forum will cover community safety topics including theft of and theft from motor cars, road safety, family violence and home safety. There will also be an opportunity to speak with police about any crime and safety concerns.
An Automated Number Plate Recognition operation in Nagambie saw more than 230 cars checked. The ANPR was on Wednesday, June 6, in High St and then along Goulburn Valley Fwy.
Police were happy with the conduct of drivers because there were no alcohol-affected or drug-affected drivers detected.
Three unregistered vehicles were nabbed, one a heavy vehicle carrying horses that had allegedly been unregistered for 15 months.
The driver was given a penalty notice for $1400. Nine speeders were also caught.
A small grey box trailer with a wire cage was stolen from McIntyre St, Seymour. The trailer was parked in the street and was taken sometime between 4.50am and 5.15am on Thursday, June 7.
●Community members who are on Facebook can now keep up-to-date with local police activities, arrests and other police-related stories by checking out the Mitchell Eyewatch page. The Facebook page will have regular stories relating to police happenings in Mitchell and Strathbogie shires. Follow the page, and you may even be able to help solve a crime.