The State Graffiti Fund will support projects that increase the capacity of local governments and incorporated not-for-profit organisations to reduce the level of graffiti within the community.
The Graffiti Management Toolkit is a comprehensive resource which can be used across all sectors of the community.
The WA Police Graffiti Team has designed a Graffiti Management Plan as a guide to planning a strategy to manage graffiti vandalism at Local Government level
Rapid graffiti removal is seen as best-practice in graffiti reduction as it reduces the level of recognition and reward sought by vandals. Prompt removal also prevents assets from appearing uncared for.
View the many research articles.
In addition to significant clean-up and removal costs, graffiti vandalism also impacts on communities in other significant ways by damaging civic pride, encouraging further criminal activity, devaluating property, intimidating residents and generating fear and anger.
Last updated: Jul 24, 2020