The Knowledge Hub is a bespoke online platform available to Neighbourhood Watch volunteers across England and Wales. It offers induction, training, support, and other resources to help our volunteers in their roles.
Who will have access to the Knowledge Hub?
All Neighbourhood Watch registered volunteers will all have access to the Knowledge Hub, such as:
- Coordinators (of schemes or groups)
- Association Committees & Officers
- Cyberhood Watch Ambassadors
- Communities That Care Volunteers
- Community Champions
The Knowledge Hub will soon be opening out to 'associate members'. To find out more about this email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sounds great! How do I register for it?
We are rolling out the Knowledge Hub area by area. If you live in the following locations you should have received an email from us inviting you to register:
- Avon and Somerset
- Greater Manchester
- London Borough of Bexley
- London Borough of Croydon
- London Borough of Havering
- London Borough of Lewisham
- London Borough of Richmond
- Royal Borough of Greenwich
- North Yorkshire
- Thames Valley
If you do not live in any of the above areas, please be patient you will receive an invite from us soon.
If you are a registered volunteer in one of the above areas you need to complete an online form to request access. You will be asked to confirm that you have read, understood and agreed to abide by our Code of Ethics and Standards, Data Protection Policy and our Volunteer Agreement.
The registration form can be found HERE.
Once we receive your completed form your request will be processed within 10 working days. If you are not registered on our central membership database (through our website) or on one of our dedicated volunteer programmes,we will check that you are registered with your Force Associations. This might take slightly longer to process. Once your request has been approved, you will be given unique sign in details.
If you are a volunteer but not yet registered with us, you can do so HERE.