Getting involved in your local Neighbourhood Watch not only benefits your community, but can also provide you with many opportunities.
Whether you want to be a leader for change in your community, build your skills, or simply connect with the neighbours, Neighbourhood Watch is right for you.
You can connect with local police while building professional networks and upskilling to improve your CV or employment prospects. Plus you’ll be assisting your neighbours, the community, and South Australia Police along the way.
Your commitment will be rewarded not only with skills and growth, but a sense of pride as you watch your community flourish into a safer place to live.
If there is not a current active group within your area, and you are interested in starting a new Neighbourhood Watch group, please contact the SAPOL's State Community Engagement Section - Neighbourhood Watch SA here. Assistance will be given to organise an information session within the community to provide details regarding the program and gather local support to ensure the group’s success.