April 2023 Bulletin

In this month’s edition CWACs Coming Your Way Our Cuppa with a Cop (CWAC) events are proving to be a simple and popular way for community members to engage with their local police officers and build good relationships – one cup at a time. CWACs have become a flagship event for Neighbourhood Watch. We help…

March 2023 Bulletin

In this month’s edition It’s Neighbourhood Watch Month March is the Month of Home Security and Neighbourhood Watch Australasia (NHWA), in partnership with Crimsafe, has launched its campaign for 2023 which is, There’s Safety in Numbers. This initiative encourages all home owners to utilise the NHWA online Secure Score quiz, to assess how safe their…

February 2023 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Scams Using technology to communicate, engage and shop is a fact of life. It is unfortunate that criminals use these modern communication methods to impersonate legitimate organisations on a daily basis. Even if we have high level security on our devices we can still be targeted with messages that look and…

October 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Crime Intelligence In October the Bellerive CIB reported they had charged three men in their 20s with multiple offences in Midway Point over the course of a weekend. Their crimes included burglary, stealing and motor vehicle stealing. The significant feature of these thefts was that the majority of vehicles had been…

September 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition State Awards Each year the NHWT Board calls for nominations from members to recognise exceptional service to our organisation and the neighbourhoods we serve. Our Board is pleased to announce that the following people are to be recognised at the Awards Ceremony which will immediately follow our Annual General Meeting at…

May 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Home Burglaries in Southern Tasmania The above chart is a Histogram of “Home Burglaries” as reported in the Tasmania Police – Annual Corporate Performance Reports from 2014 to 2021 for the Southern Police District. The chart details the number of Burglaries for each year with a “Trend Line” inserted which shows…

April 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Welcome Sergeant Shane Askew Sergeant Shane Askew has just started in the Community Policing role for Western District, operating out of the Burnie Police Station. Shane is a 15-year veteran with plenty of exposure on the Northwest Coast where he has served at Burnie, Wynyard, Somerset and as a Detective within…

March 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Welcome to Rokeby Neighbourhood Watch After some years in recess, Rokeby Neighbourhood Watch has restarted with the help of Tina Brown who has volunteered to take on the role of Coordinator, which she will manage through a NHW Facebook Page. Rokeby is situated in the centre of the Clarence Plains footprint,…

February 2022 Bulletin

In this month’s edition Donation From Tipalea Partners Neighbourhood Watch Tasmania (NHWT) would like to publicly thank Tipalea Partners for their generous donation of $3,000 towards the purchase of new NHW resources. Tipalea Partners are the firm constructing the new Glebe Hill Village shopping centre which will open in August 22 in the heart of…