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It’s our neighbourhood,
let’s keep it safe.

Helping people protect themselves and their properties,
Reducing the fear of crime,
Improved home security tips,
Accurate reporting of suspicious incidents and crime,
Fostering a community spirit.

It costs just R200 a year per household
to join and make your neighbourhood safe.

Join

Next meeting date: TBC
Our Purpose

We live in a beautiful town. As residents, we have a duty to keep our area safe, so that we can enjoy the beaches and parks without worrying about our safety.
The Ballito Neighbourhood Watch (BNW) aims to help people protect themselves and their properties, and to reduce the fear of crime by means of active, visible citizen presence, improved home security tips, greater vigilance, accurate reporting of suspicious incidents and crime, and by fostering a community spirit. All these efforts stimulate a caring community, reducing the opportunities for crime by increasing crime prevention awareness.

Join Us

Join BNW
Joining BNW is easy, fill out our membership form, pay your membership fee and you will be added to our group. R200 pays for a year’s membership for a household.

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Join a Street Cluster
Create a sense of community through getting to know your neighbours and looking out for each other.

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News
Security Companies - How to pick the right one for you
Security Companies – How to pick the right one for you
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Street Lights
We know that there has been frustration around streetlight issues. There is a meeting tonight at The Striders (Next to
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Notice of interruption of Electricity Supply – 17 / 18 April 2018
Interruption of Electricity Supply Tuesday 17 April 2018 from midnight to 5am Wednesday 18 April 2018 from midnight to 5am
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Girls & Boys Town Event at Mo-zam-bik
Girls & Boys Town (GBT) is a charity that Ballito Neighbourhood Watch supports. We are asking community members to join next
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Report an incident

Please provide us with accurate info for the Neighbourhood Watch Crime Log and follow-ups at meetings with SAPS. While this information may be shared with other crime fighting organisations, personal details will never be published.

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