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Speak Up at Ramingining

Article source: eDrum Magazine - Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services.   Local elders, parents, Ramingining School, Police & Government Engagement Coordinator (GEC), Alpa/Remote Jobs in Communities Project (RJCP) have been working together to support local RSAS team and families to increase school attendance & encourage residents to "Speak Up" about reporting behaviour

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Minyerri School becomes more resilient

Article source: eDrum Magazine - Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services.   After the fatal crash near Minyerri on 3 October that brought the NT road toll up to 38 (eight more than this time last year) Remote Sergeant Adam Russell, the OIC Minyerri, decided to make use of Neighbourhood Watch Australasia’s new

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New leadership for Neighbourhood Watch Australasia

Mr Bernie Durkin has be chosen to lead Neighbourhood Watch Australasia (NHWA), the largest community based crime prevention program of its kind in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Durkin has held the position of Vice President for the past three years, but has now been chosen by members to

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‘Speak Up’ and know how to ask for help

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia (NHWA) is launching 'Speak Up' at an event to be held at Parliament House Northern Territory. NHWA CEO Ingrid Stonhill said ‘Speak Up’ is an educational resource for Indigenous community members and other community members where English is not their first language. 'Speak Up' is designed to

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NHWA launch innovative family violence diagramatic brochures

Community safety is everyone's responsibility and Family Violence is a community issue that cannot be ignored. Family Violence continues to be a serious issue to communities and law enforcement agencies throughout Australia. Neighbourhood Watch Australasia have developed two new resources specifically designed to target community members in Australia, where English

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