CRIME SPIKE: Chinchilla Neighbourhood Watch will be holding a meeting at the RSL on Thursday, February 27, at 6.30pm. Pic: Supplied
CRIME SPIKE: Chinchilla Neighbourhood Watch will be holding a meeting at the RSL on Thursday, February 27, at 6.30pm. Pic: Supplied

Chinchilla crime spike sparks neighbourhood watch meeting

CHINCHILLA Neighbourhood Watch will be holding a meeting at the RSL on Thursday, February 27, at 6.00pm, to address community concerns over the recent spike in crime.

Chinchilla police will be in attendance providing tips on safety measures such as home security to deter criminals - such as the implementation of security screens, alarms, and cameras.

Everyone in the community is welcome to attend the meeting to express their concerns.


If you don’t vote, expect $133 fine

If you don’t vote, expect $133 fine

If you don’t vote, expect $133 fine, ECQ warns

Outback invasion: Grey Nomads told to go home

premium_icon Outback invasion: Grey Nomads told to go home

Coronavirus QLD: Interstate grey nomads a threat to Outback towns

Your top 100 coronavirus questions answered

Your top 100 coronavirus questions answered

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation and it’s understandable that...