Neighbourhood Watch: active and important

Olivia Shying
Updated July 1 2016 - 2:48pm, first published 2:26pm
KEEPING WATCH: Volunteer Bill Reynolds, Leading Senior Constable Janine Walker, and Beryl Hodges enjoy working with the community to promote crime prevention. Picture: Lachlan Bence
KEEPING WATCH: Volunteer Bill Reynolds, Leading Senior Constable Janine Walker, and Beryl Hodges enjoy working with the community to promote crime prevention. Picture: Lachlan Bence

ELSIE Brown lay dead in her Bentleigh home for nearly two years before police found her remains. This harrowing story pulled on the heartstrings of the nation and is the reason why tireless volunteers make phone calls to make sure isolated people are ok. 

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Olivia Shying

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