City Without Violence is the flagship program of the government of Israel and the Ministry of Public Security.  The program is aimed at dealing with anti-social behavior, violence and crime at the municipal-systemic level.  Afula joined the program in 2010 and as such partners in various areas in order to reduce violence, increase parental involvement, strengthen residents' personal sense of security, and improve quality of life in the city.

Additional information concerning the program, including news and updates, may be found on the program's website (under the operation of Ministry of Public Security).

The City Without Violence program in Afula is involved in diverse areas including: education, a protection project, enforcement, technological resources, etc.  The program operates a volunteering framework in the form of a municipal Parent Patrol.

To receive information on how to join the Parent Patrol, contact the patrol's coordinator Yisrael Poplovich.

For additional information, contact the City Without Violence director in Afula, Mr. Omer Lev.

City Without Violence – contact details





Omer Lev

Director of Afula Park and the City Without Violence program in Afula.


Telephone response until 15:00.

After hours: call 106


We call on residents of the city to partner with us in protecting and preserving our home through:

  • Protecting the city's well-groomed public spaces.
  • Involvement with children and youths, including conversations on vandalism and its consequences.

Alertness to the surroundings and reporting all instances of vandalism in the city to the 106 call center.