Our major partner

RACV and Neighbourhood Watch Victoria have a common purpose to improve the lives of Victorians and a shared vision of a connected and safe community.

RACV and Neighbourhood Watch Victoria (NHW) have been working together since 2019.

The partnership has enabled NHW’s How Safe Is My Place program to grow significantly to encompass homes, farms, schools, augmented reality and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities. The program aims to educate Victorians on simple things they can do to make sure that where they live, work, learn and play is safe and secure.

Thanks to RACV’s support, How Safe Is My Place now includes:

How Safe Is My House

An Australia-first home security quiz, launched in 2019, which will soon be available in 6 languages to it is more accessible to CALD communities. Users answer a series of questions about their home and then receive a customised report with tips to make their home more secure. 

How Safe Is My Place app

An augmented reality experience in which you can take a virtual tour of a house, find the security weak spots and learn tips to improve security, which people can then apply to their own place.  

How Safe Is My School

A fun, interactive school-based learning project which teaches primary-aged children how their school can be a welcoming and safe environment for all.

How Safe Is My Farm

An extension of the How Safe Is My House quiz, the How Safe Is My Farm quiz is an Australian-first Neighbourhood Watch initiative that helps Victorian farmers identify what they can do to reduce the risk of crime on their properties. 

Thanks to RACV for their continued support as Neighbourhood Watch Victoria’s Major Partner.

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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.