Neighbourhood Watch

What is Neighbourhood Watch and how can I get involved? 

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale has an active and engaged Neighbourhood Watch group. 

For information or to request NHW resources including bin stickers, contact the Shire’s Community Safety Officer:

Community Safety Officer
Phone  9526 1358

Meeting Dates:


Wednesday 31st May 5:30pm - Clem Kentish Hall, Serpentine

Tuesday 27th June 5:30pm - Bruno Gianatti Hall, Jarrahdale

Wednesday 26th July 5:30pm - Oakford Community Hall

Wednesday 30th August 5:30pm - Keysbrook Community Centre

Wednesday 27th September 5:30pm - SJ Library, Byford

Wednesday 25th October 5:30pm - Baker Hall, Cardup

Wednesday 29th November 5:30pm - Shire Office, Mundijong

All residents are welcome to attend, please contact the Community Safety Officer: or 9526 1358 

Terms and Conditions - Youth Event Prize

Great neighbours make great neighbourhoods!

Some examples of the work that the Neighbourhood Watch volunteers do in the community are:

  • Bring people together and help develop community spirit
  • Report and encouraging others to report suspicious incidents to the Police
  • Distribute Neighbourhood Watch resources in their local areas
  • Promote crime prevention initiatives
  • Attend Neighbourhood Watch meetings where information is shared with the local Police
  • Increase communication and knowledge amongst neighbours
  • Provide a visible sign that residents care about their community

For general information about the state-wide program visit Neighbourhood Watch WA

In November 2017, the Shire was one of the first local government authorities to be presented with the inaugural Neighbourhood Watch Gold Award for Participation by a Local Government Authority.   The award recognised the Shire’s positive contribution in supporting the program’s objectives in creating a safe place and preventing crime in the community. 

Friendly Neighbourhoods Grants

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is supporting our community to get to know their neighbours and connect with their local neighbourhood.

The Friendly Neighbourhoods Grant is for individuals and local community groups to apply for financial assistance towards the costs associated with hosting an event or activity, that will foster these neighbourhood connections. 

Find out more here



The local Mundijong Police in conjunction with the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale provides a monthly ewatch newsletter entitled “On the Beat” to local residents. 

The publication provides community safety information, crime statistics, and links to events happening within the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale.

Stay up to date and sign up to the ewatch newsletter

Sign up here!