Crime prevention partners Crimsafe and Neighbourhood Watch Australasia are urging homeowners to dedicate one day to strengthening their home security and do a little ‘home crimprovement’ this National Secure Your Home Day. What is National Secure Your Home Day? Brought to you by our crime prevention partner, Neighbourhood Watch Australasia, National Secure Your Home Day is two dedicated days this month when homeowners can assess their security measures and take proactive action to make their homes more secure. Save the date – September 23 & 24 With break-ins on the rise, National Secure Your Home Day is a powerful way to turn the tide and protect your home and loved ones. On September 23 and 24, do a little ‘Home Crimprovement’ to harden your security and reduce your risk of being a crime target. Register below to participate and receive your free National Secure Your Home Day Kit from Neighbourhood Watch Australasia. Each kit includes: Home security checklist Evidence-based and proactive security measures Property target hardening techniques and tips The latest information on National Secure Your Home Day community events and activities And much more! (will open the official Neighbourhood Watch Australasia event registration form). Want the chance to win Crimsafe Security Screens for your home? Neighbourhood Watch Australasia is giving Aussie homeowners the chance to win $3,000 to redeem towards the installation of Crimsafe security screens for their homes to crimpove their home security as part of National Secure Your Home Day. To enter, register for National Secure Your Home Day via the button above. This promotion is conducted by Neighbourhood Watch Australasia. More information about this promotion and terms and conditions can be found here. Join your local Neighbourhood Watch Event There’s nothing more powerful than when we all come together. Neighbourhood Watch groups around Australia will get together this month to share their invaluable knowledge with you. Find a group and get involved here. More information? If you’d like more information about National Secure Your Home Day, visit the official site here.