Make a difference in you community by getting involved with Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch member

  • Become a Neighbourhood Watch member by belonging to a Neighbourhood Watch scheme or signing up individually to Neighbourhood Watch through our website.

Find out more about being a member

Neighbourhood Watch scheme coordinator

  • Become a coordinator and support a scheme (volunteer group of Neighbourhood Watch members). You will be a lead point of contact for your local Neighbourhood Watch scheme, connecting and supporting non-members, participating members, local police and partners, and actively involved in keeping their neighbourhoods safe.

Find out more about scheme coordinators

Neighbourhood Watch area coordinator

  • Become an area coordinator and be a lead point of contact for a group of Neighbourhood Watch schemes - connecting and supporting scheme coordinators, local police and partners, and be actively involved in keeping your area safe.

Find out more about area coordinators

Neighbourhood Watch (County or London Borough) Association

  • Begin a, or volunteer with, your Neighbourhood Watch (County or London Borough) Association. This is a committee of Neighbourhood Watch volunteers that has membership of, and represents, Neighbourhood Watch locally, and supports Neighbourhood Watch groups, coordinators and schemes located within their area. 

Find our more about Associations

Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN)

  • Work for Neighbourhood Watch Network, the strategic voice and national umbrella organisation that supports the Neighbourhood Watch movements across England and Wales. The staff team within Neighbourhood Watch Network, called the Central Support Team provide support to groups and members to grow, diversify and develop the Neighbourhood Watch movement.

About Neighbourhood Watch Network