Our current Neighbourhood Watch logos were launched in 2017. In 2019 with the support of a working group, we considered whether our logo needed further adjustments. In consultation we discovered that many of our members love our logo as it has a rich history to it and thousands of people recognise it. The group concluded our logo will remain as it is with the yellow roundel, current wording in English or Welsh and central image. However, we also agreed use of a logo with no central image to be used in certain circumstances. Use of this logo will need to be approved by the Central Support Team. If you would like to use a logo with no central image, please contact us to discuss this further.
Our Brand Guidelines outline usage of these logos. Some key points to note are:
- Schemes can use the logo on their social media page.
- If a Neighbourhood Watch Association has not been developed, local Neighbourhood Watch volunteers and local police areas with active Neighbourhood Watch volunteers can use the logo on relevant flyers and websites. This is to enable and encourage growth and support to Neighbourhood Watch volunteers and the Police.
- The logo can be reduced below the originally stated 40mm diameter if the words are clearly legible.
- Members can use up stocks reflecting our old logo and leave existing signs in place until they need replacement, at which point they should be replaced with the current logo.
Click here you can find English, Welsh and bilingual Neighbourhood Watch logos in colour, and in black and white.