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15th June 2017
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National Neighbourhood Watch Week 17th – 25th June 2017

National Neighbourhood Watch Week is our time to celebrate as the largest voluntary movement in England and Wales. […]
13th June 2017

The future of Neighbourhood Watch in Humberside

We are delighted to announce that all the organisations that support Neighbourhood Watch Groups in the Humberside Police […]
3rd March 2017
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City of Culture 2017 Inspiring Stories Film

During the Hull City of Culture year, we wanted to take advantage of this amazing opportunity to capture […]
3rd March 2017
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Newland Business Watch Project

 In summer 2016 the Neighbourhood Network in partnership with Humberside Police started work on bringing together the retailers […]

Find a group near you

The Neighbourhood Network supports a variety of local groups, all with a community safety interest.

If you are interested in making contact or joining an existing group in your area such as a Neighbourhood Watch Group or Resident Association, please select the geographical area you require from the drop down menu. This will then take you to the mapping section, which will list all of the Neighbourhood Network's registered groups within the area selected.

If you would like to make contact with any of our registered groups, please contact the Neighbourhood Network direct.

Who We Work With

Humberside Police & Crime Commissioner
Humberside Police
Humberside Fire & Rescue
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Neighbourhood Watch
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Hull City Council

FAQ's

Who can join?
Any group of people with an interest in community safety can join the Neighbourhood Network. You can be informal, or you can be formally constituted.
How many members does a group need to have?
The smallest group at the moment has five members, and the biggest has over 700. It is not difficult to start a neighbours group to join the Network.
Do I have to be from Hull to join?
As long as you reside in Kingston Upon Hull then you are welcome to join!