If you want to join a Neighbourhood Watch group why not start by going along to your nearest group’s next meeting? You can get in contact with the Area Coordinator, or just turn up.
Neighbourhood Watch meetings are public and everyone is welcome. Attending a meeting is a great way to meet your local members and find out what Neighbourhood Watch is all about.
Whether you're looking to volunteer regularly, or get involved just once a year, Neighbourhood Watch SA and SAPOL have plenty of opportunities for you to help build a safer South Australia.
By becoming a Neighbourhood Watch supporter you’ll be able to help educate and inform your local community about local crime issues and how to avoid becoming a victim of crime by delivering Neighbourhood Watch newsletters to local homes.
Complete a Neighbourhood Watch Supporter application form to start supporting your local community.
Becoming a member of the Police Volunteer Program opens up many more volunteering opportunities within Neighbourhood Watch including:
Contact your local police station and speak to a Local Volunteer Coordinator to apply.
If there isn’t a Neighbourhood Watch group in your area and you’re interested in starting one, contact the Neighbourhood Watch team at SAPOL’s Community Engagement Section:
You’ll get assistance from local police to gather community support to help ensure the group’s success.
You can keep up-to-date with Neighbourhood Watch by:
Be sure to like our NeighbourhoodWatchSA Facebook posts.