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Annual awards recognise ThinkUKnow volunteers

Download Media Release Six ThinkUKnow volunteers have been recognised by the Australian Federal Police as part of this year’s International Volunteer Day. The awards are provided to ThinkUKnow volunteers who demonstrate ongoing commitment to the success of the program through the quality and quantity of presentations delivered, as

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia 2017 Police Commissioner’s Award

Photo: Many proud NHW members from Bundaberg attended the ceremony to see Amanda receive the NHWA 2017 Police Commissioners Award. Senior Constable Amanda Dohrman front row with the award. Download Media Release Neighbourhood Watch Australia (NHWA) Queensland Police Service Joint Media Statement Neighbourhood Watch Australasia 2017 Police

2017 Malcolm Grant OAM NHWA Volunteer of the Year Award for 30 Years of dedicated service

Pictured left to right: Neighbourhood Watch Australasia Chief Executive Officer Maria Bennett, award recipient Gailene Miller and Acting Superintendent Melissa Adams Download Media Release Neighbourhood Watch Australia (NHWA) Queensland Police Service Joint Media Statement Ms Gailene Miller, Neighbourhood Watch, Riverview receives the Malcolm Grant OAM NHWA Volunteer

Inaurgural ThinkUKnow Volunteer Awards

Download Media Release The Hon Michael Keenan MP Minister for Justice Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Counter Terrorism Today, on International Volunteer Day, I announce the recipients of the inaugural ThinkUKnow Volunteer Awards, recognising six of Australia’s most dedicated volunteers for their commitment in working to make

Neighbourhood Watch Australasia project recognised for strengthening local police and community engagement

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 types of crime in Australia. “Neighbourhood Watch Australasia has