Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association
Welcome to our space on the National Neighbourhood Watch site.
Neighbourhood Watch works as a team where everyone comes together to make their communities safer and improve the wellbeing of our residents. In Cambridgeshire, we work with the Police, Local Authorities and many other voluntary and professional organisations. Most importantly we work with residents who want to make their neighbourhood a better place to live.
Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association aims to help prevent crime and reduce the fear of crime. We support these aims by developing a greater understanding of how to prevent crime, by improving community vigilance, and by reporting suspicious incidents. We also aim to improve well-being in the community by encouraging activities aimed at improving neighbourliness, reducing loneliness and by fostering a community spirit.
We rely on unpaid volunteers at all levels of the local organisation. We are always looking for volunteers to join the, particularly at local level. You can join the Neighbourhood Watch Network by clicking on the join us link. Once you become a member of NW, you can then join a scheme in your area and become a registered member of the Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association.
Annual General Meeting of CNHWA
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions we are holding our Annual General Meeting online using Zoom. If you would like to attend the AGM you can reserve a place by visiting our Online Booking Office and registering for the event.
The details of the meeting are shown on the booking page. In order to make the online meeting manageable we have limited tickets to 50 on a first come first served basis. Once you have registered for the event you will receive an email with the link to join the meeting which is being held on 12th September starting at 10:00 a.m.
All registered members will receive a reminder email containing links to the documents for the meeting five days before the date and a final reminder two hours before the meeting.
We have included a help sheet to guide you if you are new to using Zoom.
More information is on the Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association website to find out more: http://www.cambsnhw.org.uk/