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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Aylward Gardens & Garson Grove
Having done quite a lot to improve security, the Neighbourhood Watch coordinator thought her property was pretty...
Blakehall Neighbourhood Watch
Blakehall Neighbourhood Watch helps the police to conduct speed checks in the area. They have purchased a sign...
Bramble & Hazel Close Home Watch
People in this area tell each other when they are going away and they can be confident that someone is keeping an...
Fred lives on his own in a very dark small bungalow at the end of a street of sheltered accommodation which has a...
One day Jennifer had to get to work much earlier than usual. Because she was in a hurry, she left her curtains...
Maria’s story - reengaging local people
Maria joined Neighbourhood Watch at a time when the membership in her area was down to a handful of people. The...
In Michael’s neighbourhood, residents pick up any litter lying around on the streets. It only takes Michael...
Prescott Close Neighbourhood Watch
Prescott Close has a small Neighbourhood Watch scheme of 21 properties, and members work together very well. When...
Redbank Terrace Neighbourhood Watch
Scheme coordinator Emma operates a scheme on her street which consists of around 40 houses, with young and older...
Woodland Walk Neighbourhood Watch
Woodland Walk Neighbourhood Watch, in Linacre, is quite a small scheme comprising just 15 properties in a...
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