Latest Neighbourhood Watch News
22 Mar
Port Pirie PACE Forum

Police from Pt Pirie will be hosting a Police and Community Engagement (PACE) Forum on Tuesday 26th March from 7.00pm till 8.30pm.

The venue will be the Port Pirie RSL, 294 The Terrace, Port Pirie West. Any interested residents in the...

27 Feb
Loxton Neighbourhood Watch meeting

The Loxton Neighbourhood Watch Group’s next meeting, at 7.30pm on Tuesday 5th of March in the Kekwick Room, Loxton Hotel, will have special guest speaker David Ward. So if you are interested in a safe and connected community then you...

22 Feb
PACE Forum Eastern District-Monday

South Australia Police want to know your views on crime and community safety in your local area and are holding a Police and Community Engagement (PACE) Facebook Forum for all interested residents in the Eastern District area on Monday 25th...

20 Feb
Help combat domestic violence

Neighbourhood Watch is about helping to create a safe community, where people are safe from all sorts of harm including domestic violence which is largely a hidden crime occurring in the home.

If you are feeling unsafe in your relationship,...

14 Feb
PACE Forum Northern District Feb 2019

On Monday night 18th February from 6.30pm there will be a Facebook Police and Community Engagement (PACE) forum being held for the Northern District. The District covers the area from Dry Creek to Tea Tree Gully and as far north...

01 Feb
Safer Internet Day

Most of us have heard of the three Rs – the traditional skills of reading, writing and arithmetic – but do you know what the 4Rs are when we talk about online safety?

There are four critical skills...

29 Jan
NHW members toasted in local awards

The Australia Day long weekend saw three regional Neighbourhood Watch group volunteers recognised for outstanding contributions to their respective communities.

Raelene Williams was awarded the 2019 Whyalla Australia Day Senior Citizen of the Year, while Heather Courtney...

15 Jan
Keep informed about local crime

Neighbourhood Watch Police Coordinators provide details of local crimes at NHW meetings, but did you know you can access crime statistics whenever you want to using the interactive mapping tool available on the SAPOL website.

An important...

10 Jan
Share the roads safely

Did you know that during 2018, 7 cyclists were killed on South Australian roads and 38 sustained serious injuries? The Santos Tour Down Under kicks of today and SA Police will be running Operation Safe Cycling...

09 Jan
New year, new police graduates

Among SA Police’s 20 new graduates, some will be assigned to the important role of Local Police Coordinator for local Neighbourhood Watch groups within their District (for those posted to metropolitan locations), or Local Service Area...

20 Dec
Are you covered?

Are you planning on heading out to enjoy the festivities, finishing last minute shopping, going away or doing jobs around the home? No matter what your plans are, SA Police have a few simple tips to...

05 Dec
A big 'thank you' to our volunteers

Today we celebrate International Volunteer Day and acknowledge Neighbourhood Watch SA and SAPOL have a long and proud history of engaging volunteers, which now boasts more than 1,200 registered volunteers.

International Volunteer Day is held annually on 5 December...

20 Nov
Great projects, people recognised

The volunteers of Neighbourhood Watch are the cornerstone of the program and a select few were recognised for their outstanding contribution at the AGM on the weekend.

The Kingston SE NHW Group was awarded a Certificate of...

16 Nov
Latest NHW magazine out now

In this Spring 2018 edition of the Neighbourhood Watch SA Magazine, we take a look at Operation Nomad, holiday safety, reducing the threat of domestic violence and road safety’s Fatal Five.

SA Police, through...