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Safety in Craigieburn

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Is Craigieburn safe and a good place to live? TIA

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John John

All suburbs have their ups and downs. So far Craigieburn is found to be a safe suburb and no major issues have been reported as such. Craigieburn is a great family friendly place, which has a great community and is definitely a great safe place to live.

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John John

I have been living in Craigieburn for last 5 years now and have not faced any safety issue so far. There have been occasions when we forgot to lock our front door at night and nothing happened. On a few occasion I forgot to close my garage door but nothing was stolen. So I completely feel secure here.

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