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Neighbourhood Watch

Join Neighbourhood Watch and help prevent crime in our community.

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Meeting Dates for Neighbourhood Watch 2019

Neighbourhood Watch meetings are held at the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale Council Chambers on the last Wednesday of each month at 5.30pm.

DateLocation
27 February 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
27 March 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
24 April 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
29 May 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
26 June 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
31 July 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
28 August 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
25 September 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
30 October 2019 Council Chambers, 6 Paterson St, Mundijong
27 November 2019 End of year meeting for members at Mundijong Police Station.

 What are the benefits of Neighbourhood Watch?

  • Brings People together and helps develop community spirit
  • Helps Police through clear communication and swift reporting
  • A visible sign that residents care about the area and the people who live in it
  • Increased levels of safety and security awareness and well-being among those who live in your neighbourhood
  • Can help to prevent burglary, theft and vandalism

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Connect for a safer community by receiving information direct from the Mundijong Police and Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale through regular newsletters and broadcasts. This information will give you a clear picture of what is happening in your neighbourhood. It will let you know of any crime trends in your area and provide safety advice to share with your family, friends and neighbours. Let's make it tougher for crooks by looking out for our community.

Supported by Neighbourhood Watch WA and WA Police. Be in the know with ewatch. Get connected now by simply registering at www.ewatch.com.au.

Please sign up and help us to ensure that our community remains a safe and enjoyable place for residents and visitors.

Want to know more about Community Safety?

For further information on both Neighbhourhood Watch and ewatch please contact Janice Ferguson at the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale.