The Neighbourhood Support movement gains strength with every individual, family, street and organisation who joins. Together, we work to make our neighbourhoods and communities safer places in which to live.
We are eager to meet new partners to discuss a range of initiatives and activities.
We encourage you to support the organisations and businesses who support our work.
New Zealand Police has a very close working relationship with Neighbourhood Support New Zealand and provides prevention advice to all Neighbourhood Support Groups. The purpose of New Zealand Police is to ensure that everyone in our communities is safe and feels safe, ultimately making New Zealand the safest country in the world. We aim to have the trust and confidence of all, with the goals of reducing crime and victimisation, death and injuries on our roads and social harm in our communities. Our motto is “Safer communities together”. View the NZ Police website
Neighbourhood Watch Australasia (NHWA) is the overarching organisational body, embracing all neighbourhood watch programs in Australia and the Neighbourhood Support program of New Zealand
SNAP (Serial Number Action Partnership) is an initiative of the New Zealand Police, aiming to prevent New Zealand burglary and property offending, and make it harder for criminals to sell stolen goods in New Zealand. Visit the Snap Website
Crimestoppers aim to reduce victimisation and prevent and solve crime. Working together we can make it harder for criminals to operate and less likely that people in our community will become victims of crime.
Bryan & Bobby are big fans of Neighbourhood Support. Neighbourhoods make up our wonderful communities, therefore it is important to be involved and engaged with those around us!
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At the end of last year a man with mental issues had wandered away from his caregiver in Papamoa. “We used the Neighbourhood Support email network and within twenty minutes I had four people from the Neighbourhood Support community tell me where they had seen that male and that led us on a path to his location.”
Sergeant Phil Gillbanks