DETECTIVE Inspector Ward Hanson, the Campbelltown command's new crime manager is keen to work with the community to reduce crime.
He also hopes that at some stage more cameras at trouble spots will help as well.
"CCTV cameras are definitely an option for council, police and other stakeholders to look at," he said.
"We would like to put in a submission based on crime statistic hot spots.
"It may be Queen Street, Mawson Park or other public spaces. Our aim is to make it a safer place to live, work and visit."
Detective Inspector Hanson has 26 years of policing experience, including a seven-year stint at Campbelltown, before he became Goulburn command's crime manager.
"The hot spots are similar to the last time I was here a few years ago," he said.
"We want to make locations safer, target repeat offenders while strengthening our repeat victims."
Detective Inspector Hanson was Goulburn's crime manager for six years. His duties covered 16 stations.
"It was a different style of policing compared to Campbelltown, because of the distance," Detective Inspector Hanson said. "There's a lot of challenges here in Campbelltown and it's more of a diverse community."
Former crime manager Detective Inspector Paul Albury is now in the same role at Campsie.