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Police increase presence in Seaford after Langwarrin man’s death

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More CCTV cameras have been temporarily moved to Seaford after the death of 26-year-old Langwarrin man Cameron Smith last month. Transit Safety Police moved their CCTV trailer to Seaford station this week to ensure a highly visible presence across the area as part of Operation Summersafe.

“We understand the community’s concerns regarding recent incidents and we want to reassure everyone that police are working hard to make sure that the Seaford community are safe and feel safe,” police posted. “Highly visible police patrols will continue throughout the area, detecting and deterring criminal offending. We want to be very clear that police will not tolerate any form of anti-social or disruptive behaviour and will hold those accountable for their actions.”

Police have charged four people over Mr Smith’s death near Seaford station on November 25.

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