Wooroloo Community Liaison Group
Wooroloo Prison Farm is working with the local community via a Community Liaison Group (CLG), which was formed in June 2006.
The group aims to increase and strengthen Wooroloo Prison Farm's commitment to the local community, as part of continuing developments at the prison farm.
Members of the group represent a cross-section of interests. While membership may change from time to time, individuals aim to represent local business, social, sport, educational, agriculture, cultural, volunteer, government, indigenous and community organisations.
CLG members welcome community feedback. They can also accept ideas for supervised community work projects undertaken by approved prisoners. The current members are:
|Stephen Fox||Wundowie Resource Centre Coordinator +61 8 9573 6205|
|Lisa Gibson||Wooroloo Primary School principal +61 8 9573 1144|
|Joy Harding||Bakers Hill Progress Association member +61 8 9574 0087|
|Kay Abel||Mundaring Shire Community Development Officer +61 8 9290 6666|
Criteria for membership of the group include:
- live or work in the local area
- show commitment to local issues
- demonstrate relevant life and/or professional skills
- represent the views of a local interest group and
- be available to attend regular meetings at the prison farm.
For more information about the group, refer to the Prospective member's information kit and an Application form, or contact Wooroloo Prison Farm.
Page last updated: 17-Oct-2016