Short of actually meeting the people involved, there’s probably no better way to understand the potential of Neighbourhood Watch than reading these inspiring examples of best practice. If you’re looking for ideas to help your own community, there’s always something to learn from past successes.
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Addressing anti-social behaviour in Eaglesfield
Formed to deal with anti-social behaviour, the group has been vigorous in engaging local businesses and young...
Doing more in Wandsworth
The division coordinates the numerous Neighbourhood Watch groups in Wandsworth, a low crime area, where it has...
Farringdon Neighbourhood Watch
This area is lucky enough to have had very few crimes in the last few years. The Neighbourhood Watch coordinator has...
Getting creative in NorthWestTwo
The group has tackled environmental crime, burglary and anti-social behaviour head on while also taking creative and...
Monkhams Neighbourhood Watch
Sophie and Rob have shared the role of Neighbourhood Watch Ward Coordinator of Monkhams Ward in Redbridge, London,...
North Hayes Neighbourhood Watch
Following on from the success of the newly formed Park Lane Neighbourhood Watch, residents from nearby roads...
Richmond Neighbourhood Watch
One day as Neighbourhood Watch coordinator Pat walked his sons to St. Elizabeth's School on Queens Road in Richmond...
Speaking up in Harling Court
Residents feared reprisals for reporting problems but the reassurance of a strong support network, with group...
Three initiatives from Bexley Borough Neighbourhood Watch Association
Plot WatchThis initiative was suggested to the Neighbourhood Watch Association by PCSOs from the Safer Neighbourhood...
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