A MOBILE security camera will be placed in Aquatic Place to deter unlawful and unruly behaviour.
Rockhampton Regional Council Division 7 councillor Stephen Schwarten said he had had spasmodic complaints from constituents about youths loitering and carrying out unlawful activities prior to the violent incidents in the area in the past week.
He and chairwoman of Communities Committee Cr Rose Swadling had met with police in the past to discuss the issues and the mobile security camera had been raised.
Cr Swadling said, as an interim measure, council would offer to make available its rapid development camera as a deterrent.
"Acts of social disorder resulting in vandalism and assault in Aquatic Place are examples of community problems manifesting criminal acts on private land that need to be collaboratively addressed by all levels of Government and the landowner," she said.
"The Youth Justice Resource Group is specifically set up to strive to find solutions for these issues and council will raise the matter with its new chairwoman, Karen Abrahams, acting regional director of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General at the meeting on Monday."