Our objective is to talk to as residents and visitors about Neighbourhood Watch, the benefits of being involved and introduce new community groups to the movement, with a positive intent to reduce crime and the fear of crime.
We connected with other coordinators in our area.
Helping a community to respond to an emergency flooding incident.
Coordinators in Newark, Nottinghamshire arranged public meetings to promote the idea of community partnerships and good public engagement.
From February 2017, we embarked on a sequence of meetings to help increase the awareness of the many types of fraud and the diversity of the problems that exist.
Now entering our third year, Kingston Neighbourhood Watch hold an annual concert with the Metropolitan Police choir in London.
A community group was approached to put on an event in order to talk to the local community about Neighbourhood Watch and answer any questions or concerns people might have about crime and ASB.
Weoley Neighbourhood Watch, in the West Midlands, felt there was a lack of support and communication from local policing teams. They sought to remedy this issue by improving how they worked with each other.