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4 O'Clock Report- Harvey Reporter

Wed, 07 Sep 2011 11:56:01 WST by nadine, 11435869 views

Starting Tue, 20 Mar 2012

To download the latest 4 O'clock Report published in the Harvey Reporter click the link below.

4 o'clock Report 




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Portugese Millipedes

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Click here for further information from the Department of Agriculture and Food

New Building Act 2011

Thu, 22 Mar 2012 16:15:02 WST by , 9107376 views

The new Building Act 2011 is effective from the 2nd April 2012. Click here to view the new forms, fees and guidelines.

Contact Person:
Building Department
Contact Phone:
9729 0331


Fri, 22 Jul 2011 08:48:33 WST by , 11755009 views


Contact Person:
Environmental Health Officer
Contact Phone:
9729 0332
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NHW in Australind

Tue, 22 Nov 2011 09:59:20 WST by , 25518 views

Next meeting: *CHANGED to 3rd September 6pm-7pm at the Leschenault Leisure Centre, Australind. All welcome

What is Neighbourhood Watch?

Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is a community based, free, self help program aimed at reducing the incidence of preventable crime and preserving your way of life. The Shire of Harvey in partnership with the W.A. Police will be focusing on the community of Australind to increase active participation for this program. Its success depends on your support!

Why do we need Neighbourhood Watch?

A Police Officer on patrol may not know what is normal in your street  and may not recognise a stranger in your yard. You and your neighbours are in a position to observe and report anything of a suspicious nature to Police. Most neighbours already observe activities in their street, however many people do not do anything about suspicious activities because they do not know what to do, or if their neighbours would appreciate their involvement. Neighbourhood Watch is protection of your property through communication and co-operation amongst the community. NHW provides great opportunity to get to know your neighbours and enhance the sense of community in Australind.

How do I get involved in Neighbourhood Watch for the community of Australind?

To get involved in the program you should:

  • Contact the Community Development Officer at the Shire of Harvey for information on becoming an active member in your local community or click here to complete a registration form.
  • Once registered (Street Representative,will need to consent to a check by the W.A. Police Service) you will receive a welcome pack that includes signs to show that your household is a participant of Neighbourhood Watch and to deter the would be thief.
  • Talk to your neighbours about becoming members of Neighbourhood Watch.

Look out for and report suspicious behaviour to Police on 131 444

Contact Person:
Community Development Officer
Contact Phone:
9729 0308
Contact Email:
Attachments (click to download)
Neighbourhood Watch Registration Form (449 KB)
PDF document, version 1.4, 1541 downloads, uploaded on Thu, 19 Jul 2012
NHW Operations Manual (981 KB)
PDF document, version 1.3, 952 downloads, uploaded on Tue, 31 Jan 2012
Frequently asked questions (65 KB)
PDF document, version 1.4, 1114 downloads, uploaded on Tue, 22 Nov 2011