If you live in Brimbank, are over 50, or have a disability, you can join the Brimbank Community Register to receive regular phone calls and an ID card.
The register is a joint initiative between Brimbank City Council and Victoria Police. Joining is voluntary and registration is free. It's also confidential and secure.
Joining the register can help you in two ways:
- Phone calls: If you register with us, we will phone you on a weekly, fortnightly, or monthly basis – whatever you choose. If a call is not answered after three attempts, we notify your next of kin and/or the police will visit your home.
- Identity cards: If you register with us, you will receive an identity card for use by emergency personnel. You should keep this card with you at all times, so if you are involved in an accident, and may not be able to provide information, we can help you as quickly as possible.
How to Apply
To join, please use
- our online application form on this page; or
- download a hardcopy application form.
Need your Community Register Application Form in another language?
Return your application form to either the Keilor Downs or Sunshine police stations.
Keilor Downs Police Station
1 Copernicus Way
Keilor Downs 3038
(03) 9365 3333
Sunshine Police Station
497 Ballarat Rd
(03) 9313 3333
Volunteer with the Community Register
The Register is operated by a group of dedicated volunteers who care for the welfare of our members. The Register is always looking for new volunteers from Brimbank.
For more information about the Brimbank Community Register or volunteering please call (03) 9249 4789 (Monday-Friday 9am till 12 noon) email firstname.lastname@example.org or download the Brimbank Community Register brochure.