The national Neighbourhood Watch recruitment campaign Better Place to Live is now live. Further details are on Ourwatch. One card produced by National is rather unusual, so the exec decided to provide an alternative but if you like Read more
We asked over 13,000 people what they thought of us, and they said “NEIGHBOURLY, COMMUNITY-FOCUSED and INFORMATIVE”. The vast majority of members said that we are effective in preventing crime, contributing to community health and wellbeing, supporting the vulnerable Read more
When you become a coordinator for Neighbourhood Watch you should be emailed a copy of our new Coordinators Information Pack. If you did not receive this please read or download it below.
We have added some new resources onto the Support -> CNWA resources pages. The New Members pack which is emailed to members when they sign on to Neighbourhood Watch is available in two versions – one uses the old Read more
There is a template on V4 which is sent to all Coordinators on the day their area goes live. This has the guide to administering your scheme and it is also available on Knowledge Hub. We also run a Read more
Police call handlers can receive as many as 1,300 calls to 101 and 600 emergency 999 calls in just one day. Many of the calls they receive are reports of incidents that could be resolved using the police online Read more
The links below allow you to download Neighbourhood Watch logos. Each logo is in png format with a transparent background and is available in pixel sizes of 150 X 150, 300 X 300 and 500 X 500. The logos Read more
Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Schemes use the Neighbourhood Alert software platform which is the official database for Neighbourhood Watch.You can find out more information about this organisation at www.ourwatch.org.uk and contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Constabulary has in the Read more
Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch is about local people working together to create safer, attractive and friendly places to live, places where crime is less likely to happen and people are less likely to turn to anti-social Read more