Current Initiatives

Shop theft poster

SA Police have recently produced a new poster aimed at preventing theft from retail stores.  If you or someone you know would like some posters for a local shop or retail outlet, visit your local police station.

About the poster

More business security resources


Operation Hurricane 2

Neighbourhood Watch SA launched a five-week campaign in support of SAPOL's Operation Hurricane 2 which targeted crimes against property.  The campaign provided useful tips on how you can avoid falling victim to property crime.

About the campaign

Week 1 - Business security

Week 2 - Vehicle security

Week 3 - Home security

Week 4 - Bike security

Week 5 - Building site security


Caravan and recreational vehicle security

SAPOL in partnership with Neighbourhood Watch SA developed a handy booklet full of security and crime prevention tips for anyone who travels with a caravan or recreational vehicle.  Before you go away on your next caravanning adventure, make sure you check it out.

Find out more

Download the Caravan and Recreational Vehicle Security booklet (PDF)

More safety and security resources


Preventing number plate thefts

Neighbourhood Watch SA and SAPOL have partnered with the RAA to offer tamper-resistant number plate screws which can be fitted to your vehicle free of charge by an authorised RAA repairer.

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Free food safety courses

Neighbourhood Watch SA encourages all of our volunteers to complete the free food safety training courses offered through your local council's website.  It could come in handy for your NHW group's next fundraising BBQ.

Find out more

Find your local council


NHW bin stickers

Neighbourhood Watch SA produces bin stickers for residents to fix on their council bins providing a visible crime prevention message and encouraging people to report suspicious behaviour.  The NHW team is always happy to provide these stickers to interested community members, so contact our team to get a sticker for your own bin:


Watch on SA magazine

Neighbourhood Watch SA regularly produces the Watch on SA magazine, packed full of interesting articles promoting the Neighbourhood Watch program, crime prevention and safer communities.

Check out the latest issue

Find previous issues