Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association

Modern Day Slavery, Human Trafficking and Exploitation

Modern slavery encompasses practices such as forced labour, human trafficking, and exploitation, and it affects a range of vulnerable individuals, often hidden in plain sight within legitimate industries. Read more


The Office for National Statistics reports that 365,164 shoplifting offences were recorded by police in the year to June 2023 – up 25% on the previous 12 months. Industry professionals estimate the actual number of shoplifting incidents Read more


Police and Neighbourhood Watch Framework

After some considerable work and negotiating with some individual police forces, senior offices and the National Police Chiefs Council we have agreed and signed off a liaison framework between Police Forces and local Neighbourhood Watch. The framework between Cambridgeshire Read more


Community Safety Charter

The Community Safety Charter is a means by which Neighbourhood Watch members, local residents, businesses, and organisations, agree to do whatever they can together to provide an environment that is safer for everyone. Read more

The Cambridgeshire Constabulary Website

The Cambridgeshire Constabulary Web Site has a new look.

This is your local police force but online. You can report a crime, contact the police and other services, plus find crime prevention advice, crime news, appeals and statistics.

By visting their Read more

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