Neighbourhood Watch is a program to help neighbours look out for neighbours, to increase safety and reduce crime. Neighbourhood Watch works by getting to know your neighbours, and encouraging the reporting of suspicious activity to Police
How to get involved with Neighbourhood Watch
You do not have to join a Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) team to get involved. You can participate in the program just by observing, acknowledging, reporting and sharing suspicious activity.
To be an active Neighbourhood Watch volunteer, join your local Neighbourhood Watch group. Upon registering, you will receive a photo ID card, and an information and resource pack containing crime prevention information, property marking pens, and NHW signage stickers.
Neighbourhood Watch in Cockburn
The City of Cockburn facilitates meetings and training sessions with active volunteers and local Police on the first Wednesday of each month. The City also assists with coordinating the group for crime prevention activities and initiatives in conjunction with the WA Police. To get involved, simply register online.
If you would like to contribute to your local Neighbourhood Watch team or for more information on joining, contact the City's Community Neighbourhood Watch Officer on 08 9411 3444 or at email@example.com