Success of School Watch in Tweed Valley

Success of School Watch in Tweed Valley

Tweed Valley Neighbourhood Watch over the last few months has been generating more schools into this Tweed NHW initiative of School Watch. As it stands at the moment we have six schools participating with another three being investigated this program is designed to keep children’s parents plus the...

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Home safety tips to keep you and you property safe at home

Home safety tips to keep you and you property safe at home

Home should be a place where you and your family can enjoy safety and security. Criminals are often opportunists, and will will target homes with poor home security to steal belongings. You can secure your home by taking a few simple steps which will significantly lower the risk of your home being...

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Beware opening a scammer’s con this Christmas

Beware opening a scammer’s con this Christmas

The ACCC is warning the community to be wary of scammers trying to ruin their Christmas holidays. “Scammers often try to take advantage of people during the busy Christmas period and prey on our vulnerabilities at this time of year. For example, they may take advantage of you looking for a good...

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

As hordes of children, or ghouls, vampires, zombies or whatever the case may be, prepare to head out onto the streets this Halloween, the NSW Police have provided some advice on ensuring children remain safe. NSW Police Corporate Sponsor for Crime Prevention, Chief Superintendent Brad Shepherd,...

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Neighbourhood Watch Australasia Project Recognised

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia Project Recognised

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia’s Remote and Vulnerable Communities Project (RAVC) received a bronze award in the community-led category of the 2017 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards (ACVPA).  The ACVPAs recognise best practice in the prevention or reduction of violence and other...

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Safety for Senior Citizens

Safety for Senior Citizens

(by Pam Blowers, NHW Assistant Coordinator) The ‘Safety for seniors’ information sessions being conducted by Tweed Heads Police are a crime prevention initiative which started in May 2014. The information sessions cover topics including personal safety, home security, credit card fraud and scams...

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Ride to Connect 2017

Ride to Connect 2017

Combining a passion for cycling and a passion for community safety is what has driven Bernie Durkin to undertake the biggest personal challenge of his life. Cycling solo across Australia to promote the importance of keeping Australia safe.  Bernie, 55, married, a father of two, is the Executive...

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Success of School Watch in Tweed Valley

Success of School Watch in Tweed Valley

Tweed Valley Neighbourhood Watch over the last few months has been generating more schools into this Tweed NHW initiative of School Watch. As it stands at the moment we have six schools participating with another three being investigated this program is designed to...

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

As hordes of children, or ghouls, vampires, zombies or whatever the case may be, prepare to head out onto the streets this Halloween, the NSW Police have provided some advice on ensuring children remain safe. NSW Police Corporate Sponsor for Crime Prevention, Chief...

Safety for Senior Citizens

Safety for Senior Citizens

(by Pam Blowers, NHW Assistant Coordinator) The ‘Safety for seniors’ information sessions being conducted by Tweed Heads Police are a crime prevention initiative which started in May 2014. The information sessions cover topics including personal safety, home security,...

Ride to Connect 2017

Ride to Connect 2017

Combining a passion for cycling and a passion for community safety is what has driven Bernie Durkin to undertake the biggest personal challenge of his life. Cycling solo across Australia to promote the importance of keeping Australia safe.  Bernie, 55, married, a...

Parcel Scams

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Important Contacts

Tweed Heads Police Station

07 5506 9499


Kingscliff Police Station

02 6674 9399


Brunswick Heads Police Station

02 6685 1277


Murwillumbah Police Station

02 6672 9499


Crime Stoppers 

1800 333 000


Police Assistance Line
Non Emergency
131 444

Emergency

000


State Emergency Service (SES)

132 500