Website accessibility

We aim to make our website as accessible as possible, so that everyone can access the same information and content, whatever their ability.

This website aims to meet the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1.

We have made our site compatible with mobile phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers and have also included an option to view it in other languages. 

If there’s information on our website that you can't access or if you have any suggestions on how we can improve accessibility of our website, please email us via

Viewing our website in different languages

If you wish to view our website in another language, please click the flag symbol in the top right corner of this website and choose your preferred language. 

Change language settings on your desktop computer or laptop

On most laptops and desktop computers, you can change the language that online information appears in by altering your internet browser settings. 

Change language settings on your mobile phone or tablet

With mobile phones or tablet devices, the language settings you see in your internet browser are often based on your device settings.

If the language in your internet browser doesn’t match the language on your device, you can change this through your internet browser app settings.

Accessibility tools

All devices have tools that can help you access online information or other programs and apps more easily. These tools can

  • make text larger
  • help you navigate
  • adjust colours
  • read aloud what’s on the screen

Find accessibility tools for your desktop computer or laptop

Find accessibility tools for your mobile phone or tablet

Connect With Us

Neighbourhood Watch Victoria acknowledges the 38 mobs, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate, live, and gather as employees and volunteers. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

At Neighbourhood Watch, we believe everyone has the right to feel safe and welcome. We are committed to ensuring diversity, inclusion and equity are embedded throughout our organisation – in the work we do, the services we deliver and among our staff, volunteers, and the communities we work with.