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Knock Knock

Knock Knock

"Get Smart, Get Neighbourly"

The Knock Knock campaign was developed as a national Neighbourhood Watch membership drive by Neighbourhood Watch Australasia. The Knock Knock resources gives you a reason to go next door and meet your neighbours in a non-confronting way. Simply take the first step and leave a knock knock introduction slip in your next door neighbour’s letterbox.

Wheelie Bin Stickers

Wheelie Bin Stickers

The NHWNT Wheelie Bin Stickers provide the general public, not just the owner of the bin, with the numbers to report crime and suspicious activity.

The benefits include:

  • More callers using the correct numbers when calling for assistance
  • An increase in the proper reporting of crime/suspicious activity
  • Emergency Service Call Takers will receive less non-urgent calls on 000

Help us to reduce crime in the NT and display your FREE Wheelie Bin Sticker in your street today!

Mark Your Territory

Mark Your Territory

Mark Your Territory has been designed to help you greatly increase the chances or having lost or stolen goods returned to you! 

The UV Marker kit includes a UV Marker that has invisible ink… that is until you shine a UV torch onto it, one of which is also included in your kit.

You can use the kit to mark anything your phone, your car, any electronic devices or any item that is off value to you!  Simply write your NT driver’s license number on your property and if Police recover it with their UV Torch they’ll get in touch and organise the safe return of your items! Pretty awesome huh?!

The best news of all is that these UV Marker kits are FREE!  All you need to do is visit our stall at any of the events we attend throughout the year and pick one up!

Check out our Events Calendar

Safety House

Safety House

“Feeling Unsure, Knock on a Safety House door”

The Safety House program is a community based network of safe places in the community, providing safe havens for children on their way to and from school when they;

  • Are feeling scared
  • Are lost
  • Are being bullied
  • Are hurt
  • Or are frightened by dogs

Safety Houses can be a house, a shop or a business.

If you are home or open for business between 7 - 8:30am and 2:30 – 4pm on school days and are interested in helping your community by providing a safe place for NT Children please complete the Become a Member Form and someone will contact you!

Find a Safety House

Resources

Resources