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Watch on SA magazine out now

Neighbourhood Watch’s latest Watch on SA magazine is out now.

In this Summer 2018 edition, we take a look at the NHW AGM and Awards Ceremony, Watcher Jeff – our new mascot, NHW and Encounter Youth’s new partnership, the revamped NHW website, and SAPOL’s operational tactics that are helping to reduce crime.

If you would like to get a copy of the magazine, you can find them at some local IGA stores or you can ask your SAPOL Crime Prevention Section or your local NHW group.

SA Police, through its unique partnership with Neighbourhood Watch SA, provides SA residents with a means to raise awareness about safety in their community. The Watch on SA Magazine's main focus is to enhance crime prevention by increasing the information exchange between police and the community, to raise awareness of issues in the community and to help your neighbourhood be a safe and connected community.

The NHW program has recently undergone a reinvigoration to broaden its reach and appeal to new audiences. The flagship of the project has been the revamp of the NHW website to improve the online experience and attract new users to the site.  You can find your local NHW group via suburb or postcode, see what NHW events are on and how you can get involved, and you can sign up to receive NHW news, including this magazine.