Developing your Watch
The Association of Dorset Watches have appointed seven Watch Advisors across the county available to offer personalised help and advice to existing and potential members.
To help new schemes start up, the Association of Dorset Watches offer ink cartridges and paper to help with start up costs.
Extension of a Dorset Neighbourhood Watch and Police community office offering mobile crime prevention advice and the opportunity for members of the public to buy reduced cost security products.
A partnership between Neighbourhood Watch and Dorset Police sees affordable security products offered to members of the public.
Half of the residents in the London borough of Croydon received a guide that aims to foster a strong community spirit by offering suggestions and tips on how to be better neighbours.
The aim of our Awards is to engage with the local community, celebrate the great work local people, businesses and organisations do and raise the profile of Neighbourhood Watch and the contribution we can make to the life of our area.
The process provides Force Area Neighbourhood Watch Associations, that no longer have the support of dedicated police staff, with a method of setting up and validating New Watches.
A survey of all coordinators in Cheshire l to better understand what communication channels are preferred, what information coordinators and their members wish to receive, and to listen to feedback and views.
Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch proactively signs up existing and all new coordinators and schemes up to the Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN) database.
Training session led by three community organisers offered to Multi-Scheme Administrators (MSAs) and Coordinators, via Neighbourhood Alert.