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Constitution and Regulations

Neighbourhood Watch Volunteers Association of South Australia Incorporated - Constitution and Regulations 2016

Adopted 24 September, 2016

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CHANGES TO THE NHW APPLICATION SYSTEM

Volunteering with the Neighbourhood Watch program has changed and now has two tiers of participation.

You may now become a NHW Supporter by assisting with the local newsletter delivery process. Alternatively you may fully participate with NHW by becoming a member of the Police Volunteers Program.

Either level of participation requires you to submit the appropriate application.

NHW SUPPORTER: A NHW Supporter is restricted to assisting with the newsletter delivery process and is required to complete the NHW Supporter Form. The single page form still requires the applicant to supply proof of identification to a Police Officer who must witness and sign the form. A photograph of the applicant is not required. Submitted forms are processed, and you will be advised of acceptance by way of a letter containing confirmation and participant information.

A PDF version of the form is available for download below.

POLICE VOLUNTEER NHW: To participate in all NHW activities you are required to submit an application to the Police Volunteers Program (PVP).  Full participation includes, but is not limited to, being on a committee, crime prevention activities such as involvement at displays or plate safe days, participating at events i.e. a barbecue or traffic marshalling at the Australia Day Parade.

Contact your local Crime Prevention Section for further information on joining the PVP or clarification on becoming a NHW Supporter.

The use of the original NHW Volunteer application has ceased and therefore will no longer be processed.

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Watch on SA Magazine Issue 6

Issue 6 of the Watch on SA Magazine for August - October 2016 has been printed and is being distributed. Contact your local Crime Prevention Section for hard copy or view electronic version below.

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Downloading Resources

We have decommissioned the "watchsa.com.au" site whilst our new WatchSA Online website and resource centre is being created. All of the important forms and documents from the old ".com.au" site have been migrated to this website. You can access these common forms and documents through the [RESOURCE DOWNLOADS] tab in the Main Menu on the left.

This is an interim measure whilst the new site, with news feeds, program related links and on-line training, is constructed. If you require forms or documents other than those in the articles, please contact Sgt. Susan O'Connor at State Community Engagement Section via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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State Council Meetings for 2016

The State Council of the Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer's Association of South Australia Inc. resolved that all State Council Meetings shall be held on the third Saturday of February, May, August and November (November of course also being the Annual General Meeting and Awards Ceremony). Accordingly the State Council Meeting dates for 2016 are:

  • Saturday 20 February 2016 (EDC, Hindmarsh)
  • Saturday 21 May 2016 (EDC, Hindmarsh)
  • Saturday 20 August 2016 (EDC, Hindmarsh)
  • Saturday 19 November 2016 (EDC, Hindmarsh - Annual General Meeting)

Normal State Council Meetings commence at 1 pm at the Education Development Centre, Milner Road, Hindmarsh. The AGM commences at 10 am for a 10.30 am start and is also held at the Education Development Centre, Milner Road, Hindmarsh.

All State Councillors are requested to attend State Council Meetings to represent their respective Local Service Areas. If you cannot get there, please appoint a proxy to attend in your stead. Your input is critical for the effective administration of the Neighbourhood Watch SA program.

Sergeant Susan O'Connor
Neighbourhood Watch SA State Coordinator

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SA Police News

SA Police News.  Your one stop shop for all local information.

In addition to a comprehensive webpage: www.sapolicenews.com.au SA Police News comprises interfaces on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other platforms to give you all the latest in police news, traffic issues, emergency information and CCTV clips of wanted criminals.

The SA Police News website contains direct links to the social media sites and you can follow the sites by visiting any of them directly, by visiting the main website or by clicking the direct links on the top left of our screen under "Follow SAPOL On-line".

I'm sure you'll agree, these sites help both WatchSA volunteers and the wider community in becoming more informed and better able to assist the South Australia Police in Keeping SA Safe.

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The Neighbourhood Watch Shop

The Neighbourhood Watch Shop is your one-stop on-line store providing promotional merchandise, and safety and security products for all WatchSA volunteers and the broader public.

Click here to go to the on-line shop or visit the WatchSA Program Resource Centre to download a mail-order form.

Use the link below to access the current NHW Shop Order Form.

www.neighbourhoodwatchshop.com.au/orderform.pdf