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A Christmas message from Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch

Alert message sent 25/12/2017 09:55:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

A Christmas message from Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch
 
Wishing you all a crime free Christmas.
 
Over the year, you will have received a selection of emails from various sources, such as your local neighbourhood policing team, Neighbourhood Watch and Action Fraud, via the alert system. You may also have subscribed to receive updates from Notts County Council and the National Trading Standards Scams Team.  All these alerts have one common theme; to give you information and advice to help keep you and your family safe.

The NottsWatch Board meet regularly, together with professionals from Notts Police, Notts County Council and Nottingham City Council (a welcome new addition for 2018) and our National Team. This year, we have also benefited from sharing good practices with guests from other organisations who share our vision for a safer Nottinghamshire, such as Community Organisers and the Nottingham University Off Campus Affairs Team.

Our Join Us Campaign is now coming to fruition, recently taking on three additional volunteers plus interviews lined up for two more, early next year. We still have vacancies for Multi Scheme Administrators throughout the county and city, so if you are interested in your community and have a bit of free time on your hands, why not put your skills to good use and join us? It is also an excellent opportunity to network and develop new skills. See https://www.nottswatch.co.uk/joinus for more information.

Crime is changing and so is Neighbourhood Watch. We need to stay relevant. Our National Team have a new Chair and direction and we are working closely with them to make sure Nottinghamshire benefits from these changes. You can read more in their newsletter.
Our NottsWatch Board remain committed to improving community safety in the city and are looking to put on a city stakeholders event early in the spring, in addition to our annual conference. We will look to work alongside partners as well as setting up new schemes.
We are happy to hear from existing schemes who would like to become more involved or need a helping hand. And very happy to hear from residents who would like to set up new schemes. We also have a lot of guidance on our website.

Best wishes for 2018

Sue Sambells
Chair
Message sent by
John Lennard (NottsWatch, Administrator, Nottinghamshire)

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