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14th May 2021

A Final Statement from Keith Hunter- Police & Crime Commissioner

Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter leaves office today after a five-year tenure. On behalf of all the […]
14th May 2021

Neighbourhood Watch Annual Insights Survey 2021

Neighbourhood Watch aspires to be a trusted, proactive, inclusive movement that supports all local communities. To help us […]
14th May 2021

Neighbourhood Watch Week 2021

LISTEN. TALK. DO! If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it is that neighbourliness and community spirit is just […]
26th April 2021

Operation Sceptre – National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) national campaign to tackle knife crime 26 April to 2 May 2021

Humberside Police are supporting Operation Sceptre – the national campaign to tackle knife crime.  Op Sceptre aims to reduce […]
16th April 2021

Police and Crime Commissioner Election – May 6th

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Election is on May 6th. You can find more information on the […]

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

Hull City Council
Humberside Police
Neighbourhood Watch
Humberside Fire & Rescue
Humber Watch Association
Hull Community Safety Partnership
Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner
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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!


  • Jacky

    Congratulations on your ‘High Sheriffs Award’ A much deserved accolade for you all, rightly recognising the amazing work that you do to support our community!   

    Hull Resident
  • Terry

    Congratulations on your Teams Award, made my day!  You all work so hard throughout the Pandemic and beyond on our behalf.  Once again Congratulations to you all!

    Dalwood NHW
  • Lionel

    Thank you for all the hard work you are doing, keeping us all involved.  From my point of view THANK YOU!

    Hull Diabetes Support Group
  • John

    Thank you. Just watched the live online presentation on preventing crime and thought it was very good. Will watch the videos when it comes through via email.

    Hull Resident
  • Nick

    What would we do without your help and advice, thanks so much.

    Berkeley Street NHW
  • Pauline Beach

    On Behalf of Cllr Thompson, Cllr Gardiner and myself, please could I take this opportunity to thank you for being part of a fantastic Ing's Gala day. 

    We have received some really positive feedback from the residents about the event, including the variety of activities and partners involved. I hope you and your colleagues enjoyed the day too! 

    I look forward to working with you again in the future.

    Pauline Beach
    East Area Team Co-ordinator, Hull City Council
  • PCSO Stephen Clayton

    I think that the work you both do is very valuable and agree that everyone should take advantage of your knowledge and work.

    PCSO Stephen Clayton
    Humberside Police, Pickering Road Police Station
  • Chloe Hart

    Thanks for putting us in the newsletter, it's awesome, I looked at it last week and wanted to say THANK YOU! :) 

    Chloe Hart
    "Quids In" project, Hull & East Riding CAB
  • Judges

    Neighbourhood Network is a great example of community groups and third sector organisations coming together in the common interest of community safety

    Made in Hull Awards 2016

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