The Gap Neighbourhood Watch Seeks New Members

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As part of their efforts to make the community safer, the Inner West Crime Prevention Office is currently seeking residents and businesses who would like to join The Gap Neighbourhood Watch (NHW).

NHW is a community run program that is assisted by the Queensland Police Service. It is a great way to share information and to promote a safe and secure community.

Neighbourhood Watch has been running for 30 years and continues to keep the neighbourhood safe and informed. However, as the community continues to grow, NHW needs more members who will support the group initiative.

Being part of this initiative does not need to take up too much time. In fact, several roles are available for those who want to join the group.

Help promote The Gap’s safety and security. Call Ferny Grove and The Gap Crime Prevention Unit in 3872 1542 for further information or to register your interest.


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Neighbourhood Watch Queensland

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The Gap Neighbourhood Watch adopts NHW Queensland’s mission to encourage the entire neighbourhood to work together to strengthen and connect local communities for a safe and secure Queensland.

The organisation provides a vital link between the police and the community to reduce crime and enhance community safety. In fact, the police rely heavily on NHWQ Groups for information especially when it comes to concerns about local crime.

For those who want to become a The Gap Neighbourhood Watch volunteer, you may check their guide which talks about getting involved as part of a traditional ‘formal’ group. You may also access the policing guide for further information once you have registered your interest in becoming a volunteer.

For more information and updates, you may visit NHW Queensland’s website or Facebook page, or The Gap Neighbourhood Watch’s Facebook page.