Don’t invite Crime; Prevent it – Join Neighbourhood Watch and Find Out How
Bunbury Neighbourhood Watch sees the City of Bunbury and the Bunbury Police working together with residents to reduce crime and the fear of crime. From statistics we know that Neighbourhood Watch areas are less likely to be victims of crime.
Joining your local Neighbourhood Watch is one of the first steps you can take to increase your safety and it’s completely free with no obligations. It is simply an avenue for Police to keep you informed through alerts and information on how to prevent burglaries, theft, graffiti and vandalism.
Bunbury Neighbourhood Watch Members ReceiveNeighbourhood Watch Members Receive:
- Free use of engravers to mark your valuables
Free plaques and signs to deter crime from your area (replaceable)
Free support from Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator
Join today by completing this form.
Download the latest neighbourhood watch newsletter here.
Neighbourhood Watch Roles
Bunbury Neighbourhood Watch offers a variety of roles with different levels of commitment to suit all members of the community.
A watcher is a participant only. Watchers play an important part by being vigilant watcher of their street reporting any suspicious activity.
Street representatives coordinate and support Neighbourhood Watch members in their street by distributing membership forms, newsletters and any important notices. They are invited to meetings with Police and are encouraged to participate in promotional events.
An area coordinator supports Neighbourhood Watch members in more than one street by distributing membership forms, newsletters and any important notices. They are invited to meetings with Police and are encouraged to participate in promotional events.
Suburb Managers coordinate Street Representatives and Area Coordinators in their area and assist in promotion of Neighbourhood Watch through organised Meet & Greet BBQ’s. They are invited to attend meetings with Police to represent concerns in their suburb.
Crime is everybody’s business. Working together we can protect our streets and each other.
Join Neighbourhood Watch Today!