Sentinel Journal

Sentinel Journal

Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is a community based crime prevention program aimed at minimising the incidence of preventable crime, in particular, burglary and theft within a defined area. Through a willingness to work together, Police and the community can reduce crime in their area and improve the quality of life.

The NHW program encourages and teaches residents how to accurately take details and report any suspicious person and unusual or criminal activities in their area. This enables Police to provide a better service as well as provide a safer area for you.

The Sentinel Journal is an important communication tool for NHW volunteers. It allows them to advertise local activities and communicate their successes. It provides practical crime prevention and community safety advice, and this information is disseminated through the broader community via local NHW area newsletters.

Details

  • Copies 5,500
  • Readership (approx) 20,000
  • Size A4 - 148.5 mm x 210mm
  • Format 13 different sponsor inserts to support local members with corporate sponsors in all copies
  • Distribution All volunteer members, members of Parliament, Libraries, Community Safety Officers, Municipal Councils and all Police Stations
  • Media Kit Sentinel Journal Media Kit.PDF (456 Kb)
  • Additional Information
    • 4 editions per year - 1st week of April, July, October and December.
    • Artwork required 6 weeks prior to delivery date. (Last deadline)
    • 10% discount applies to an annual commitment of 4 editions.