Media and communications, both in printed form (e.g. brochures, newsletters and signs) and electronic (e.g. website, Facebook, electronic direct marketing, e-newsletters, video and other forms of social media), are important means for Neighbourhood Watch Victoria to communicate with the community.
This policy provides guidance Neighbourhood Watch Victoria employees, members and volunteers on the use of all forms of media and communications, including social media, and political neutrality.
Neighbourhood Watch relies on its members (volunteers) to implement its programs to reduce crime and increase safety in the community.
This policy describes the forms of membership within Neighbourhood Watch Victoria and describes the process by which applicants for membership are to be accredited.
We are committed to ensuring that fundraising and commercial activities of Neighbourhood Watch throughout Victoria are carried out in an ethical and professional manner that takes into account the structure of the organisation and also allows for remuneration to the parts of the organisation involved in generating the revenue.
Our brand identity guidelines ensure that the Neighbourhood Watch Victoria brand elements are used consistently. They provide information and tools and set the standards for using brand names, logos, typefaces, colours, images and other design elements in advertisements, brochures, newsletters, packaging and electronic communications.