Walt Secord believes he has been targeted by vandals after speaking out against extremists.

Walt Secord links vandal attacks to his stance on Nazi sympathisers

A NSW MP has sought security for his home after he was the subject of vandalism attacks following statements he made in state parliament attacking Nazi sympathisers and anti-lockdown protesters.

Opposition police and counter-terrorism spokesman Walt Secord has written to the Department of Premier and Cabinet twice since late-August after the vandals struck on three separate occasions between late-August and mid-September.

Mr Secord, who is married to a Jewish woman and in June completed his own conversion to Judaism, has received anti-­Semitic threats online.

In a letter to former DPC ­director-general Tim Reardon, Mr Secord, who worked as a chief-of-staff to former premier Kristina Keneally before entering parliament, revealed his home had been the subject of a police security assessment, which had resulted in seven recommendations.

“I am writing to seek advice and assistance on what provisions or measures are available to assist with personal security for shadow ministers related to their parliamentary activity,” Mr Secord wrote.

“I am aware from my experience in 2010 as a Chief of Staff to the Premier that security upgrades were provided to Members of parliament who had been harassed and the subject of anti-Semitic incidents.

“I have had my vehicle’s tyres vandalised twice and my spouse’s vehicle’s tyre once.”

Mr Secord said police had ­informed him that the second incident was unlikely to be a ­coincidence, with the same types of screws used.

Read the article by Linda Silmalis from The Daily Telegraph.