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Neighbourhood Watch – latest national e-newsletter

Here’s the latest, national e-newsletter Our News from the Neighbourhood Watch Network the UK’s largest crime prevention movement with 2.3 million member households across England and Wales.

Inside this edition you’ll find . . .

  • How YOU can help shape the future of Neighbourhood Watch this summer?
  • All the very latest advice about staying safe
  • A new tool to show your personal risk of being a victim of crime

PLUS exclusive discounts from our trusted sponsors and lots more!


Every two months or so we send our members and supporters our popular e-newsletter that’s filled with the latest news and advice. We’ve listened to your feedback and we’ve included the newsletter as an attachment to this message.

You can also click here to read the newsletter on our website.

With best wishes,
from the NWN team

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NWN Newsletter APRIL MAY 2018.pdf – 5,624.3 KB

New ways to keep you safe

Because crime is changing in England and Wales we’re changing the way we do things at Neighbourhoood Watch a little too… We have secured support from our principal funder the Home Office, to produce a series of fantastic new practical Crime and Vulnerability Toolkits that contain all the information you need to protect yourself and your neighbours from a range of new crime threats.

The subjects include: Terrorism, Domestic Abuse, Scams and Older People, Modern Slavery, Child Sexual Exploitation, Serious Violence, and Loneliness and Vulnerability.   https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/crimes/

The information is in a brand-new section of our popular website – see the picture below – and in it you’ll find useful, plain-English information and resources designed in collaboration with members and experts to be used by members and coordinators of local Neighbourhood Watches. The Toolkits contain information, best practice, printable and downloadable materials and practical advice on using them and developing a local project or campaign.

John Hayward-Cripps, CEO of the Neighbourhood Watch Network, said: “The toolkits contain information and practical guides, from a NW perspective, to help address a range of crimes and issues that can cause significant harm to victims. “While some of these themes may not at first appear to be traditional for NW there is a key role we can all play in supporting our communities and the police to address these crimes.”

NWN is also planning an additional toolkit later in the year focused on using social media, including benefits and issues and sharing good practice.

We’ve had an incredibly positive response to the new resources – but tell us what you think! Email: lisa.parker@ourwatch.org.uk

NWN Newsletter July 2018.pdf






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